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Doc. S1. Supplementary experimental procedures.

Fig. S1. His-tagged B. subtilis γ-GT purification.

Fig. S2 HPLC-MS of sample at pH 8.2 after 2 h of reaction time.

Fig. S3. HPLC-MS of sample at pH 9.8 after 2 h of reaction time.

Fig. S4. HPLC-MS of sample at pH 9.8 after 2 h of reaction time (d-glutamine).

Fig. S5. Time course of the reactions.

Fig. S6. HPLC-MS of sample from the reaction of 25 mm glutamine after 1 h of reaction time.

Fig. S7. HPLC-MS of sample from the reaction of 50 mm glutamine after 2 h of reaction time.

Fig. S8. HPLC-MS of sample at 2 h of reaction time.

Fig. S9. γ-GT-catalyzed reaction between glutamine and glycylglycine at pH 10.5.

Fig. S10. γ-GT-catalyzed reaction between glutamine and methionine at pH 8.0.

Fig. S11. γ-GT-catalyzed reaction between glutamine and methionine at pH 10.5.

Fig. S12 γ-GT-catalyzed reaction between glutamine and phenylalanine at pH 8.0.

Fig. S13. γ-GT-catalyzed reaction between glutamine and phenylalanine at pH 10.5.

Fig. S14. γ-GT-catalyzed reaction between glutamine and serine at pH 8.5.

Fig. S15. γ-GT-catalyzed reaction between glutamine and serine at pH 10.5.

Fig. S16. γ-GT-catalyzed reaction between glutamine and alanine at pH 8.5.

Fig. S17. γ-GT-catalyzed reaction between glutamine and alanine at pH 10.5.

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