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Antarctica lipase catalyzed polymerizations showed M in the range of 330 to as high as 6,640, corresponding to a degree of polymerization (DP) of 17. 8 for the larger polymers. Complete conversion of monomer was obtained for C. antarctica lipase in acetonitrile, and therefore used in subsequent studies for the construction of the next library. ch002 n w Figure 1. Library 1: Synthesized using catalysts from different sources [C. antarctica lipase (CALB), Porcine pancreatic lipase (PPL), and Protex-6L (PRO)] and by varying reaction mediums (acetonitrile, acetone, and tert-amyl alcohol).