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Fig. 4

From: Synthetic Biology Goes Cell-Free

Fig. 4

Protein modifications in CFS. Possible protein modifications include but are not limited to glycosylation, disulfide-bond formation, acetylation [140], phosphorylation [141], and PEGylation [131] (which may be accomplished through the use of non-natural amino acids). Non-natural amino acids can also be used for the conjugation of a wide range of compounds such as drugs (e.g., through click chemistry) [81] or fluorescent molecules [142]. Figure adapted from Pagel et al. [143]

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