Ulrich Schwaneberg mainly investigates Directed evolution, Biochemistry, Protein engineering, Stereochemistry and Genetics. The various areas that he examines in his Directed evolution study include Amino acid, High-throughput screening and Rational design. Ulrich Schwaneberg has researched Protein engineering in several fields, including Field, Catalysis and Polymerization.
His Stereochemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Electron transport chain, Monooxygenase, Cytochrome P450, Hydroxylation and Stereoselectivity. His studies in Hydroxylation integrate themes in fields like Bacillus megaterium and Substrate. His Genetics research focuses on Computational biology and how it relates to Gene, Robustness, Protein evolution, Molecular cloning and In vitro recombination.
His primary areas of investigation include Directed evolution, Biochemistry, Stereochemistry, Protein engineering and Enzyme. His Directed evolution research includes themes of Saturated mutagenesis, Amino acid, Combinatorial chemistry and Computational biology. His Combinatorial chemistry research includes elements of Sortase A and Peptide.
His Biochemistry study frequently links to other fields, such as Flow cytometry. His Stereochemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Monooxygenase, Cytochrome P450, Hydroxylation, Active site and Substrate. His work in Protein engineering is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Rational design.
His primary areas of study are Directed evolution, Protein engineering, Combinatorial chemistry, Catalysis and Enzyme. His Directed evolution study is associated with Biochemistry. His Protein engineering research integrates issues from Sortase A, Monooxygenase, Thermostability and Site specificity.
His Combinatorial chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biocatalysis, Amine gas treating, Peptide and Rational design. The study incorporates disciplines such as Chemical engineering, Surface modification, Cofactor and Polymer chemistry in addition to Catalysis. His Stereochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cytochrome, Nucleophile and Hydroxylation.
Ulrich Schwaneberg mainly focuses on Directed evolution, Protein engineering, Catalysis, Raw material and Cellulase. His studies deal with areas such as Biocatalysis, Organic solvent, Field, Prodigiosin and Computational chemistry as well as Directed evolution. His Protein engineering research incorporates elements of Rational design, Protein database, Bacillus subtilis, Artificial intelligence and Computational biology.
His work deals with themes such as Sequence space, Directed Molecular Evolution and Metagenomics, which intersect with Computational biology. His Catalysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Surface modification, Monolayer, Efflux, Stereochemistry and Peptide. Ulrich Schwaneberg conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Biochemistry and Prodiginine through his works.
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Directed evolution of the fatty-acid hydroxylase P450 BM-3 into an indole-hydroxylating catalyst.
Qing-Shan Li;Ulrich Schwaneberg;Peter Fischer;Rolf D. Schmid.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2000)
Laboratory evolution of cytochrome p450 BM-3 monooxygenase for organic cosolvents.
Tuck Seng Wong;Frances H. Arnold;Ulrich Schwaneberg.
Biotechnology and Bioengineering (2004)
Sequence saturation mutagenesis (SeSaM): a novel method for directed evolution
Tuck Seng Wong;Kang Lan Tee;Berhard Hauer;Ulrich Schwaneberg.
Nucleic Acids Research (2004)
A Continuous Spectrophotometric Assay for P450 BM-3, a Fatty Acid Hydroxylating Enzyme, and Its Mutant F87A
Ulrich Schwaneberg;Claudia Schmidt-Dannert;Jutta Schmitt;Rolf Dieter Schmid.
Analytical Biochemistry (1999)
Directed Evolution of a Cytochrome P450 Monooxygenase for Alkane Oxidation
Edgardo T. Farinas;Ulrich Schwaneberg;Anton Glieder;Frances H. Arnold.
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis (2001)
A P450 BM-3 mutant hydroxylates alkanes, cycloalkanes, arenes and heteroarenes.
Daniel Appel;Sabine Lutz-Wahl;Peter Fischer;Ulrich Schwaneberg.
Journal of Biotechnology (2001)
Advances in generating functional diversity for directed protein evolution
Amol V Shivange;Jan Marienhagen;Hemanshu Mundhada;Alexander Schenk.
Current Opinion in Chemical Biology (2009)
A statistical analysis of random mutagenesis methods used for directed protein evolution.
Tuck Seng Wong;Danilo Roccatano;Martin Zacharias;Ulrich Schwaneberg.
Journal of Molecular Biology (2006)
Rational evolution of a medium chain-specific cytochrome P-450 BM-3 variant.
Qing-Shan Li;Ulrich Schwaneberg;Markus Fischer;Jutta Schmitt.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (2001)
The Diversity Challenge in Directed Protein Evolution
Tuck Seng Wong;Daria Zhurina;Ulrich Schwaneberg.
Combinatorial Chemistry & High Throughput Screening (2006)
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