Two new papers!
The first is a review piece in collaboration with Chris Greening (now at Monash) and Colin Jackson (ANU). It's a comprehensive review of enzymes that use the unusual deazoflavin cofactor F420 - well known for it's essentiality in Archaeal methanogenesis, but also involved in range of Eubacterial processes.
The second is a description of an unusually promiscuous beta-alanine transaminase from Pseudomonas that we first published on last year in relation to its potential in nylon synthesis. Transaminases have utility in a range of different chemical syntheses, and this one can participate in a very broad range of chemical transformations.