Chemical and Biological Systems Optimization Lab.

OptZyme

OptZyme (2013): Enzyme redesign through the use of transition state analogues

OptZyme is used to redesign enzymes with optimized catalytic properties after identifying the relevant substrates and transition state analogues. Transition state analogue compounds are used as a substitute for typically unknown transition state structures. Optimized enzyme mutants are identified using our IPRO procedure. Restraints can be imposed to retain catalytic functionality.


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