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11) [25]. All the five libraries of mutants were then tested in the hydrolysis of substrates (1) and (4–13). It turned out that most of the hits originate from libraries A or D. 12 summarizes the relative rates of the WT- and mutant-catalyzed hydrolyses, the eight best mutants being featured. 12 are the results of initial mutagenesis experiments, which does not yet constitute directed evolution. An evolutionary process was subsequently induced by combining the mutations of two improved mutants of the first round [46].

4 Examples of Enhancing the Enantioselectivity of Enzymes by Directed Evolution observed [50]. Moderate effects were observed upon applying saturation mutagenesis at hot spots [51]. It was concluded that distal mutations increase enantioselectivity only moderately and that mutations near the active site exert stronger effects [51a]. However, in a later study using the same enzyme PFE and applying epPCR, it was postulated that remote mutations are more important [52]. In another study a hyperthermophilic esterase from Aeropyrum pernix K1 (APE1547) was used as a catalyst in the hydrolytic kinetic resolution of rac-3-octanol acetate [53].

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