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Enzyme engineering is a powerful tool for studying the relationship between structure and function of the proteins and has important applications in the design of new enzymes. Professor Berry will speak about the rational redesign and directed evolutionary approaches he uses to alter the specificity and chemistry of enzymes.
This talk is part of the Cambridge University Biological Society series.
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