Improving nature's enzyme active site with genetically encoded unnatural amino acids.

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The ability to site-specifically incorporate a diverse set of unnatural amino acids (>30) into proteins and quickly add new structures of interest has recently changed our approach to protein use and study. One important question yet unaddressed with unnatural amino acids (UAAs) is whether they can improve the activity of an enzyme beyond that available… (More)

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