Replacing the eleven native tryptophans by directed evolution produces an active P-glycoprotein with site-specific, non-conservative substitutions

Douglas J. Swartz, Anukriti Singh, Narong Sok, Joshua N. Thomas, Joachim Weber, Ina L. Urbatsch

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