Hugh Fisher

M. Lisa Phipps1
Rosa Valero1
Emanuele Pesavento1
1M. Lisa Phipps
1Rosa Valero
1Emanuele Pesavento
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In the use of non-antibody proteins as affinity reagents, diversity has generally been derived from oligonucleotide-encoded random amino acids. Although specific binders of high-affinity have been selected from such libraries, random oligonucleotides often encode stop codons and amino acid combinations that affect protein folding. Recently it has been shown(More)
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