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A Water-Soluble Iridium Photocatalyst for Chemical Modification of Dehydroalanines in Peptides and Proteins

Chemogenetic Tags with Probe Exchange for Live-Cell Fluorescence Microscopy

In vivo Assembly of Artificial Metalloenzymes and Application in Whole-Cell Biocatalysis

Merging Whole-cell Biosynthesis of Styrene and Transition-metal Catalyzed Derivatization Reactions

Rapid and selective chemical editing of Ribosomally synthesized and Post-translationally modified Peptides (RiPPs) via Cu(II)-catalyzed β-borylation of dehydroamino acids

Repurposed and artificial heme enzymes for cyclopropanation reactions

Unlocking Iminium Catalysis in Artificial Enzymes to Create a Friedel-Crafts Alkylase

A Hydroxyquinoline-Based Unnatural Amino Acid for the Design of Novel Artificial Metalloenzymes

A trifunctional linker for palmitoylation and peptide and protein localization in biological membranes

Artificial Metalloenzymes based on TetR Proteins and Cu(II) for Enantioselective Friedel-Crafts Alkylation Reactions

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