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Enzymes are the molecular machines of organisms catalyzing chemical conversions. As such they can be utilized in two different ways: either as targets to modify biological processes within its producing organism, or as biocatalyst to perform its task either in a different organism or ex vivo in synthetic chemistry. Of special interest to us is the latter point, complemented by the desire to understand the mechanisms of biological catalysis.

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