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Amino acid exchange
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L44A
mutation leads to a change of substrate preference, substrate preference for 2-methylstyrene
L45A
mutation leads to a change of substrate preference. The mutant enzyme exhibits a remarkably reversed substrate preference compared to the wild type, displaying increased reactivity with an increase in substrate size. The activity of L45A is about 5% of that of the wild type towards styrene, but reaches about 30 and about 90% when the substrate is changed to 2-methylstyrene and 2-ethylstyrene, respectively
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construcution of fusion proteins that join the C-terminus of the epoxidase StyA to the N-terminus of FAD reductase StyB through a linker peptide and application in the synthesis of of a broad range of substituted indoles to indigoid chromophores. The fusion proteins are self-regulated and couple efficiently NADH oxidation to styrene epoxidation
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the random mutation of styrene monooxygenase using error prone PCR generates a number of improved variants exhibiting the highest known rate of (S)-styrene epoxide and (1S-2R) indene epoxide production by a biocatalyst
N46A
mutation leads to a change of substrate preference, substrate preference for 2-methylstyrene
R43A
mutation leads to a change of substrate preference, substrate preference for 2-methylstyrene
T200V
mutant exhibits lower reactivity than the wild type, displayed impaired diastereoselectivity
Y73F
mutant exhibits lower reactivity than the wild type
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