Richard Odegrip

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We describe the development of an in vitro library selection system (CIS display) that exploits the ability of a DNA replication initiator protein (RepA) to bind exclusively to the template DNA from which it has been expressed, a property called cis-activity. A diverse peptide library is created by ligation of DNA fragments of random sequence to a DNA(More)
One drawback to the use of peptides as therapeutics has been their susceptibility to proteolysis. Here, we have used an in vitro display technology, CIS display, to enhance the proteolytic resistance of ligand-binding peptides by selection of protecting motifs from a large peptide library. The premise to this selection was that certain linear peptides(More)
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