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By Kristian Mueller, Katja Arndt

Protein engineering is an interesting mix of molecular biology, protein constitution research, computation, and biochemistry, with the objective of constructing valuable or precious proteins. Divided into sections, Protein Engineering Protocols stories rational protein layout options and directed evolutionary ideas, and their influence on protein engineering. the 1st part provides layout and computational thoughts for protein engineering targeting designing a protein with wanted houses, together with examples overlaying a variety of engineering strategies, resembling protein-protein interactions, DNA binding, antibody mimics, and enzymatic task. the second one part on evolutionary suggestions presents step by step directions on library layout and statistical overview of library caliber. New tools for DNA shuffling in addition to assorted choice suggestions also are awarded. Following the winning equipment in Molecular Biology™ sequence structure, this quantity presents a entire consultant to the tools used at each level of the engineering method. by way of combining an intensive theoretical beginning with specific protocols, Protein Engineering Protocols may be helpful to all study staff within the zone, from graduate scholars to senior investigators.

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