NJ Turner
NJ Turner
Professor of Chemical Biology, Manchester University
Verified email at manchester.ac.uk
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Directed evolution drives the next generation of biocatalysts
NJ Turner
Nature chemical biology 5 (8), 567-573, 2009
Carboxylic acid reductase is a versatile enzyme for the conversion of fatty acids into fuels and chemical commodities
MK Akhtar, NJ Turner, PR Jones
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (1), 87-92, 2013
Conversion of alcohols to enantiopure amines through dual-enzyme hydrogen-borrowing cascades
FG Mutti, T Knaus, NS Scrutton, M Breuer, NJ Turner
Science 349 (6255), 1525-1529, 2015
Biocatalytic retrosynthesis
NJ Turner, E O'reilly
Nature chemical biology 9 (5), 285-288, 2013
Biocatalytic approaches to the synthesis of enantiomerically pure chiral amines
D Ghislieri, NJ Turner
Topics in Catalysis 57 (5), 284-300, 2014
Synthetic cascades are enabled by combining biocatalysts with artificial metalloenzymes
V Köhler, YM Wilson, M Dürrenberger, D Ghislieri, E Churakova, T Quinto, ...
Nature Chemistry 5 (2), 93-99, 2013
Engineering an enantioselective amine oxidase for the synthesis of pharmaceutical building blocks and alkaloid natural products
D Ghislieri, AP Green, M Pontini, SC Willies, I Rowles, A Frank, G Grogan, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (29), 10863-10869, 2013
Deracemization of α‐Methylbenzylamine Using an Enzyme Obtained by In Vitro Evolution
M Alexeeva, A Enright, MJ Dawson, M Mahmoudian, NJ Turner
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 41 (17), 3177-3180, 2002
Directed evolution of enzymes for applied biocatalysis
NJ Turner
Trends in biotechnology 21 (11), 474-478, 2003
Enzyme catalysed deracemisation and dynamic kinetic resolution reactions
NJ Turner
Current opinion in chemical biology 8 (2), 114-119, 2004
Constructing biocatalytic cascades: in vitro and in vivo approaches to de novo multi-enzyme pathways
SP France, LJ Hepworth, NJ Turner, SL Flitsch
Acs Catalysis 7 (1), 710-724, 2017
Cytochromes P450 as useful biocatalysts: addressing the limitations
E O'Reilly, V Köhler, SL Flitsch, NJ Turner
Chemical Communications 47 (9), 2490-2501, 2011
Enantioselective oxidation of C–O and C–N bonds using oxidases
NJ Turner
Chemical reviews 111 (7), 4073-4087, 2011
A chemo-enzymatic route to enantiomerically pure cyclic tertiary amines
CJ Dunsmore, R Carr, T Fleming, NJ Turner
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (7), 2224-2225, 2006
Directed evolution of an amine oxidase possessing both broad substrate specificity and high enantioselectivity
R Carr, M Alexeeva, A Enright, TSC Eve, MJ Dawson, NJ Turner
Angewandte Chemie 115 (39), 4955-4958, 2003
Rapid and ultra-sensitive determination of enzyme activities using surface-enhanced resonance Raman scattering
BD Moore, L Stevenson, A Watt, S Flitsch, NJ Turner, C Cassidy, ...
Nature biotechnology 22 (9), 1133-1138, 2004
Identification of a New Class of Cytochrome P450 from a Rhodococcus sp
GA Roberts, G Grogan, A Greter, SL Flitsch, NJ Turner
Journal of bacteriology 184 (14), 3898-3908, 2002
Introduction to biocatalysis using enzymes and microorganisms
SM Roberts, NJ Turner, AJ Willetts, MK Turner
Cambridge University Press, 1995
Rapid screening and scale-up of transaminase catalysed reactions
MD Truppo, JD Rozzell, JC Moore, NJ Turner
Organic & biomolecular chemistry 7 (2), 395-398, 2009
Deracemisation methods
NJ Turner
Current opinion in chemical biology 14 (2), 115-121, 2010
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