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Stein, Viktor and Alexandrov, Kirill (2017):
Engineering and Characterizing Synthetic Protease Sensors and Switches.
In: Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), pp. 197-218, 1596, ISSN 1940-6029,
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Guo, Zhong and Murphy, Lindy and Stein, Viktor and Johnston, Wayne A. and Alcala-Perez, Siro and Alexandrov, Kirill (2016):
Engineered PQQ-Glucose Dehydrogenase as a Universal Biosensor Platform.
In: Journal of the American Chemical Society, pp. 10108-11, 138, (32), ISSN 1520-5126,
[Article]

Guo, Zhong and Johnston, Wayne A. and Stein, Viktor and Kalimuthu, Palraj and Perez-Alcala, Siro and Bernhardt, Paul V. and Alexandrov, Kirill (2016):
Engineering PQQ-glucose dehydrogenase into an allosteric electrochemical Ca(2+) sensor.
In: Chemical communications (Cambridge, England), pp. 485-8, 52, (3), ISSN 1364-548X,
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Cui, Zhenling and Stein, Viktor and Tnimov, Zakir and Mureev, Sergey and Alexandrov, Kirill (2015):
Semisynthetic tRNA complement mediates in vitro protein synthesis.
In: Journal of the American Chemical Society, pp. 4404-13, 137, (13), ISSN 1520-5126,
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Stein, Viktor and Alexandrov, Kirill (2015):
Synthetic protein switches: design principles and applications.
In: Trends in biotechnology, pp. 101-10, 33, (2), ISSN 1879-3096,
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Stein, Viktor and Kubala, Marta H. and Steen, Jason and Grimmond, Sean M. and Alexandrov, Kirill (2015):
Towards the systematic mapping and engineering of the protein prenylation machinery in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
In: PloS one, pp. e0120716, 10, (3), ISSN 1932-6203,
[Article]

Stein, Viktor and Alexandrov, Kirill (2014):
Protease-based synthetic sensing and signal amplification.
In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, pp. 15934-9, 111, (45), ISSN 1091-6490,
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