US Patent 7,288,382. Methods for structural analysis of proteins. Inventors: Pehr Harbury; Joshua Silverman; Warham Lance Martin. Assignee: The Board of Trustees of Stanford University
 
Methods include analysis of substrate binding sites, sites of protein-protein interaction, 3D structure analysis, and stability, all with single amino acid resolution. Generally, methods involve the introduction of cysteine residues into a protein by translational misincorporation in vivo.
 

 

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