Sinisa Bratulic

Researcher at Systems and Synthetic Biology
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Analytical performance of a standardized kit for mass spectrometry-based measurements of human glycosaminoglycans

Davide Tamburro, Sinisa Bratulic, Souad Abou Shameh et al
Journal of Chromatography B: Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences. Vol. 1177
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The Translational Status of Cancer Liquid Biopsies

Sinisa Bratulic, Francesco Gatto, Jens B Nielsen
Regenerative Engineering and Translational Medicine. Vol. 7 (3), p. 312-352
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Directed evolution of rRNA improves translation kinetics and recombinant protein yield

Fan Liu, Sinisa Bratulic, Alan Costello et al
Nature Communications. Vol. 12 (1)
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Urine free glycosaminoglycans as monitoring biomarkers in confined renal cell carcinoma - A prospective observational study

Francesco Gatto, Sinisa Bratulic, U. Stierner et al
European Urology. Vol. 79, p. S900-S900
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Orthogonal translation enables heterologous ribosome engineering in E. coli

Natalie S. Kolber, Ranan Fattal, Sinisa Bratulic et al
Nature Communications. Vol. 12 (1)
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Mistranslation can promote the exploration of alternative evolutionary trajectories in enzyme evolution

Jia Zheng, Sinisa Bratulic, Heidi E.L. Lischer et al
Journal of Evolutionary Biology. Vol. In Press
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