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THE HYSTER GROUP

Developing Biocatalysts For The 21st Century

Recent Publication

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Activation modes in biocatalytic radical cyclization reactions

Yuxuan Ye, Haigen Fu, Todd K. Hyster

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Photoenzymatic Synthesis of α‐Tertiary Amines by Engineered Flavin-Dependent “Ene”-Reductases

Xin Gao,∥ Joshua R. Turek-Herman,∥ Young Joo Choi, Ryan D. Cohen, and Todd K. Hyster*

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Engineering a Non-Natural Photoenzyme for Improved Photon Efficiency

Bryce Nicholls, Daniel Oblinsky, Sarah Kurtoic, Daria Grosheva, Yuxuan Ye, Gregory Scholes, Todd Hyster

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ADAPTIVE ENZYME DISCOVERY

In an effort to develop more efficient and selective synthetic routes of valuable organic molecules, our group is focused on discovering versatile biocatalysts that can be used to effect a variety of synthetic reactions.

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PHOTOENZYMATIC CATALYSIS

Our research emphasis is on the convergence of small molecule catalysis with enzymes, whereby the benefits of each are harnessed to uncover previously unknown chemical transformations with high selectivity.