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Discovery and biochemical characterization of thermostable glycerol oxidases

Discovery and structural characterization of a thermostable bacterial monoamine oxidase

Equipping Saccharomyces cerevisiae with an Additional Redox Cofactor Allows F 420-Dependent Bioconversions in Yeast.

Sulphoxidation reactions catalysed by the Baeyer-Villiger monooxygenase OTEMO from Pseudomonas putida ATCC 17453

Synthesis of Pharmaceutically Relevant Arylamines Enabled by a Nitroreductase from Bacillus tequilensis

A biosynthetic aspartate N-hydroxylase performs successive oxidations by holding intermediates at a site away from the catalytic center

A CRISPR/Cas9-based multicopy integration system for protein production in Aspergillus niger

A One-Pot, Whole-Cell Biocatalysis Approach for Vanillin Production using Lignin Oil

Biochemical and Structural Characterization of a Uronic Acid Oxidase from Citrus sinensis

Characterization of two bacterial multi-flavinylated proteins harboring multiple covalent flavin cofactors

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Enzyme engineering makes blue denim greener

Enzyme engineering makes blue denim greener

L’ingénierie enzymatique rend le denim bleu plus vert

Enzyme engineering makes blue denim greener

Prof. Marco Fraaije receives NWO Perspectief funding for biotech research

Hoogleraar Marco Fraaije ontvangt NWO Perspectief-financiering voor biotechnologisch onderzoek

Marco Fraaije ontvangt financiering voor onderzoek naar insectenenzymen

Marco Fraaije receives funding for research into insect enzymes

‘De donkere kleur in de bacteriën was dezelfde kleurstof als in onze spijkerbroeken’

Evolutionary history of detoxifying enzymes reconstructed — ScienceDaily

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