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Balázs Erdélyi (44) holds a PhD degree in Biotechnology from Corvinus University of Budapest. He worked for Institute for Drug Research Ltd., Budapest (Hungary) since 1998. From 2002 till 2006 he was the head of Fermentation Pilot Plant, in charge of all activities related to the scale-up of different biosyntheses and bioconversions. He has been involved in enzymatic preparation of chiral intermediates. He is member of two Committees of Hungarian Academy of Sciences and member of the Hungarian Society for Microbiology.

Articles in English:

  1. Zs. Molnár, E. Farkas, Á. Lakó, B. Erdélyi, W. Kroutil, B. G. Vértessy, Cs. Paizs, L. Poppe: Immobilized Whole-Cell Transaminase Biocatalysts for Continuous-Flow Kinetic Resolution of Amines. Catalysts 2019, 9(5), 438; https://doi.org/10.3390/catal9050438
  2. N. Adányi, Á. Nagy, B. Takács, I. Szendrő, G. Szakács, R. Szűcs, E. Tóth-Szeles, I. Lagzi, D. Weiser, V. Bódai, P. Sátorhelyi, B. Erdélyi, Sensitivity enhancement for mycotoxin determination by optical waveguide lightmode spectroscopy using gold nanoparticles of different size and origin. Food Chemistry(267) April 2018, DOI: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2018.04.089
  3. L. Nagy-Győr, E. Abaházi, V. Bódai, P. Sátorhelyi, B. Erdélyi, D. Weiser, Cs. Paizs, G. Hornyánszky, L. Poppe, Co‐immobilized Whole Cells with ω‐Transaminase and Ketoreductase Activities for Continuous‐Flow Cascade Reactions. ChemBioChem, Aug 2018, DOI: 10.1002/cbic.201800452
  4. Zs. Molnár, V. Bódai, G. Szakacs, B. Erdélyi, Zs. Fogarassy, Gy. Sáfrán, T. Varga, Z. Kónya, E. Tóth-Szeles, R. Szűcs, I. Lagzi, Green synthesis of gold nanoparticles by thermophilic filamentous fungi. Scientific Reports, Dec 2018 8(1) DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-22112-3
  5. E. Abahazi, P. Sátorhelyi, B. Erdélyi, B. G. Vértessy, H. Land, Cs. Paizs, P. Berglund, L. Poppe: Covalently immobilized Trp60Cys mutant of ω-transaminase from Chromobacterium violaceum for kinetic resolution of racemic amines in batch and continuous-flow modes. Biochemical Engineering Journal(2018) DOI: 10.1016/j.bej.2018.01.022
  6. V. Bódai, L. Nagy-Győr, R. Örkényi, Zs. Molnár, Sz. Kohári, B. Erdélyi, Zs. Nagymáté, Cs. Romsics, Cs. Paizs, L. Poppe, G. Hornyánszky: Wickerhamomyces subpelliculosus as whole-cell biocatalyst for stereoselective bioreduction of ketones. Journal of Molecular Catalysis B: Enzymatic(2016) Vol. 134 Part A, 206-214. (if: 2,48)
  7. J. Kutasi, R. Kovács, I. Puspán, J. Makk, K. Takács, B. Erdélyi, Cs. Imre, É. Kárpáti: Protein patterns and larvicide activity of crystalline inclusions of Bacillus thuringiensisssp. kumamotoensis DSM 6070. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology(2016) Vol. 18. 1945-1951.
  8. Z. Boros, E. Abaházi, M Oláh, P. Sátorhelyi, B. Erdélyi, L. Poppe: Novel hydrophobic silica gels as carrier for lipases – Separation of lipase A and lipase B from Candida Antarctica. Chemistry Today(2012) 28-31
  9. A. Szabó, B. Erdélyi, A. Kónya, V. Széll and Gy. Máté: TLC Method for Monitoring Microbial Production of Primycin. Journal of Chromatographic Science(2007) 45 (7) 435-439.
  10. B. Erdélyi, A. Szabó, L. Birincsik, G. Seres, G. Szatzker and L. Poppe: Stereoselective production of (2S)-aryl-and aralkyl-2-ols by yeasts. Tetrahedron: Asymmetry(2006) 17 268-274.
  11. A. Szabó, B. Erdélyi, J. Salát and Gy. Máté: Densitometric Determination of Some Bioactive Guanidinium Compounds Without Post-Derivatization. Journal of Planar Chromatography(2005) 18 203-206.
  12. A. Szabó and B. Erdélyi: Magnetizable molecular model (MMM) – behaviour of enantiomers in magnetic field. Journal of Molecular Structure(THEOCHEM) (2005) 715 215-217.
  13. B. Erdélyi, A. Szabó, L. Birincsik, G. Seres, J. Salát, J. Ivanics and A. Kónya: TLC/HPTLC and HPLC Methods for Monitoring Microbial Transformation Processes. Journal of Planar Chromatography(2004) 17 132-136.
  14. B. Erdélyi, A. Szabó, L. Birincsik and Á. Hoschke: Process development of methylenedioxyphenol acetone chiral bioreduction. Journal of Molecular Catalysis: B Enzymatic(2004) 29 195-199.
  15. Erdélyi, L. Birincsik and A. Szabó: TLC Method for Quantitation of Methylenedioxyphenylacetone and its Derivative Formed in a Resin-Added Bioreduction Process. Journal of Planar Chromatography(2003) 16 246-248.

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