Method For Preparing Biobased Homoserine Lactone Hydrochloride And Biobased Organic Acid From Microorganism-Derived O-Acyl Homoserine


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DATE

2018-02-28T00:00

AUTHORS

YANG, YOUNG LYEOL , LEE, HAN WON , GOH, Young Hyong , KIM, SO YOUNG , SHIN, YONG UK , UM, HYE WON , CHANG, JIN SOOK , JHON, SUNG HOO

ABSTRACT

The present invention relates to a method for preparing biobased homoserine lactone and a biobased organic acid from microorganism-derived O-acyl homoserine by hydrolysis in the presence of an acid catalyst. The present invention uses microorganism-derived O-acyl homoserine as a raw material for 1,4-butanediol, gamma-butyrolactone, tetrahydrofuran and the like, which are very useful in an industrial society, thereby replacing a conventional technique using petrochemical-derived raw materials and solving environmentally unfriendly disadvantages such as the discharge of pollutants and natural resource depletion, and preventing the depletion of natural resources through continuous reproduction. More... »

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