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Tools and Applications
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A one-stop reference that reviews protein design strategies to applications in industrial and medical biotechnology

Protein Engineering: Tools and Applications is a comprehensive resource that offers a systematic and comprehensive review of the most recent advances in the field, and contains detailed information on the methodologies and strategies behind these approaches. The authors—noted experts on the topic—explore the distinctive advantages and disadvantages of the presented methodologies and strategies in a targeted and focused manner that allows for the adaptation and implementation of the strategies for new applications.

The book contains information on the directed evolution, rational design, and semi-rational design of proteins and offers a review of the most recent applications in industrial and medical biotechnology. This important book:

Covers technologies and methodologies used in protein engineering Includes the strategies behind the approaches, designed to help with the adaptation and implementation of these strategies for new applications Offers a comprehensive and thorough treatment of protein engineering from primary strategies to applications in industrial and medical biotechnology Presents cutting edge advances in the continuously evolving field of protein engineering Written for students and professionals of bioengineering, biotechnology, biochemistry, Protein Engineering: Tools and Applications offers an essential resource to the design strategies in protein engineering and reviews recent applications.

Detailed info
  • Age restriction: 0+
  • Size: 431 pp.
  • ISBN: 9783527815098
  • Total size: 9 MB
  • Total number of pages: 431
  • Page size: x мм
  • Editor: Huimin Zhao
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Copyright: John Wiley & Sons Limited
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