Abstract

The site-specific encoding of noncanonical amino acids allows for the introduction of rationalized chemistry into a target protein. Of the methods that enable this technology, evolved tRNA and synthetase pairs offer the potential for expanded protein production and purification. Such an approach combines the versatility of solid-phase peptide synthesis with the scalable features of recombinant protein production. We describe the large scale production and purification of eukaryotic proteins bearing fluorinated phenylalanine in mammalian suspension cell preparations. Downstream applications of this approach include scalable recombinant protein preparation for ligand binding assays with small molecules and ligands, protein structure determination, and protein stability assays.

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