Amino Acids & Derivatives, Pharmaceuticals, Intermediates & Fine Chemicals,
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D-Tyrosine, the stereoisomer to L-Tyrosine (T899975), is an amino acid used in various organic syntheses for antibiotics. It is used in the synthesis of (-)-anisomycin, as well as BATSI (boronic acid transition state inhibitors) which act on β-lactamases. It has also been studied as an inhibitor of microbial growth on surfaces, reducing microbial attachment to hydrophillic glass and hydrophobic polypropylene surfaces.