Talk:CH391L/S12/Unnatural Amino Acids

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*'''[[User:James L. Bachman|James L. Bachman]] 12:54, 29 March 2012 (EDT)''': Has it been shown that incorporation of UAAs can confer an advantageous phenotype in engineered cells? If not, what a promising example of an engineered cell using UAAs in a way that it is more beneficial than using natural AA's?
*'''[[User:James L. Bachman|James L. Bachman]] 12:54, 29 March 2012 (EDT)''': Has it been shown that incorporation of UAAs can confer an advantageous phenotype in engineered cells? If not, what a promising example of an engineered cell using UAAs in a way that it is more beneficial than using natural AA's?
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*'''[[User:Yi Kou|Yi Kou]] 12:26, 1 April 2012 (EDT)''':why is that the 6 red of GFP (presence of amber codon) is dimmer than that of the counter part?

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  • James L. Bachman 12:54, 29 March 2012 (EDT): Has it been shown that incorporation of UAAs can confer an advantageous phenotype in engineered cells? If not, what a promising example of an engineered cell using UAAs in a way that it is more beneficial than using natural AA's?
  • Yi Kou 12:26, 1 April 2012 (EDT):why is that the 6 red of GFP (presence of amber codon) is dimmer than that of the counter part?
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