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Halogenating enzymes have evolved in considerable mechanistic diversity. The apparent need for secondary metabolism coincides with the current need to introduce halogens in synthetic products. The potential of halogenating enzymes and, especially, vanadate-dependent haloperoxidases has been insufficiently exploited for synthetic purposes. In this work, we identified potential halogenase sequences by screening algal, fungal, and protobacterial sequence databases, structural modeling of putativedoi:10.3390/catal12101195 fatcat:ydixymhxmnfpfkpvbe66xs2aki