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Characterization and engineering of a plastic-degrading aromatic polyesterase
HP Austin, MD Allen, BS Donohoe, NA Rorrer, FL Kearns, RL Silveira, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (19), E4350-E4357, 2018
8802018
Characterization and engineering of a two-enzyme system for plastics depolymerization
BC Knott, E Erickson, MD Allen, JE Gado, R Graham, FL Kearns, I Pardo, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (41), 25476-25485, 2020
3632020
Mechanism-based design of efficient PET hydrolases
R Wei, G von Haugwitz, L Pfaff, J Mican, CPS Badenhorst, W Liu, ...
ACS catalysis 12 (6), 3382-3396, 2022
1222022
Concentration‐dependent inhibition of mesophilic PETases on poly (ethylene terephthalate) can be eliminated by enzyme engineering
L Avilan, BR Lichtenstein, G König, M Zahn, MD Allen, L Oliveira, M Clark, ...
ChemSusChem 16 (8), e202202277, 2023
162023
Mechanism-based design of efficient PET hydrolases. ACS Catal. 12, 3382–3396
R Wei, G Von Haugwitz, L Pfaff, J Mican, CPS Badenhorst, W Liu, ...
112022
Discovery and Characterization of a Baeyer‐Villiger Monooxygenase Using Sequence Similarity Network Analysis
T Sakoleva, HP Austin, C Tzima, M Dörr, UT Bornscheuer
ChemBioChem 24 (10), e202200746, 2023
22023
Product Distribution of Steady–State and Pulsed Electrochemical Regeneration of 1, 4‐NADH and Integration with Enzymatic Reaction
MAS Al‐Shaibani, T Sakoleva, LA Živković, HP Austin, M Dörr, L Hilfert, ...
ChemistryOpen, e202400064, 2024
2024
Cover Feature: Concentration‐Dependent Inhibition of Mesophilic PETases on Poly (ethylene terephthalate) Can Be Eliminated by Enzyme Engineering (ChemSusChem 8/2023)
L Avilan, BR Lichtenstein, G König, M Zahn, MD Allen, L Oliveira, M Clark, ...
ChemSusChem 16 (8), e202300472, 2023
2023
Discovery and engineering of novel enzymes for industrial biocatalysis
H Austin
University of Portsmouth, 2020
2020
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