Esterases for monitoring protein synthesis in vitro

Thermostable, fast-folding esterase 2 from Alicyclobacillus acidocaldarius serves as a reporter enzyme to monitor in vivo or in vitro expression of eukaryotic and procaryotic proteins. The esterase serves also as a cleavable affinity tag for protein purification.

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