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Table 3 Publication search strategies set up for each of the four applications of lipase

From: Enzyme technology in Brazil: trade balance and research community

Lipase application Search strategy
Kinetic resolution TITLE:(LIPASE$) AND TOPIC((KINETIC OR CHIRAL OR LIPASE OR HYDROLYSIS OR ENZYMATIC) NEAR/1 RESOLUTION) AND PUBLICATION YEARS:(1983–2012)
Production of detergents TITLE:(LIPASE$) AND TOPIC(*DETERGENT$ OR LAUNDR* OR DISH* OR ((REMOV* OR CLEAN* OR WASH*) NEAR/1 (STAIN* OR OIL$ OR GREASE OR FAT* OR TRIGLYCERIDE$ OR SOIL$))) AND PUBLICATION YEARS:(1983–2012)
Production of food and feed products TOPIC:(LIPASE* AND (((FOOD* OR FEED) NEAR/5 (INDUSTR* OR FORMULATION* OR PRODUCT*)) OR (CHEESE* NEAR/1 (RIPENING OR FLAVOR* OR MAKING OR PRODUCT*)) OR ((BUTTER OR MILK) NEAR/0 (EQUIVALENT* OR SUBSTITUTE*)) OR “DAIRY PRODUCT*” OR DOUGH*)) AND PUBLICATION YEARS: (1983–2012)
Production of biodiesel TITLE:(LIPASE$) AND TOPIC(BIODIESEL OR DIESEL OR BIOFUEL$ OR FUEL$) AND PUBLICATION YEARS: (1983–2012)
  1. “*” is a truncation symbol replacing any number of characters; “$” is a truncation symbol replacing zero or one character; “NEAR/n” is an operator indicating that two terms are within n words of each other