Transamidification

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In organic chemistry, transamidification is the process of exchanging the subunits of a peptide, amide or ester compound with another amine or fatty acid to produce a new amide or peptide. The process has been used for the production of emulsifiers and dispersing agents[1] and oil drilling fluids.[2]

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  1. ^ US patent #6221920
  2. ^ US patent #5888944