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Comment: a hint of deja vu (Score 3, Insightful) 58

by janneH (#24039187) Attached to: Synthetic Molecules Emulate Enzyme Behavior
Anyone remember catalytic antibodies - from 20 years ago - which also promised rapid engineering of "enzymes" for specific reactions. They were made by immunizing an animal with a transition state analog - under the theory that stabilizing the transition state would speed up reactions (since that is what enzymes do). Well, these "abzymes" completely revolutionized enzymology and biotechnology.....oh, wait...

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