In vitro selection of proteins via emulsion compartments.

Abstract

In vitro compartmentalization (IVC) is a method to generate numerous, small, aqueous compartments (up to 10(10) compartments per ml) by mixing water, surfactants, and oil. The water phase is surrounded by surfactants and an oil phase, and to a first approximation each water-in-oil compartment is like an artificial cell. By introducing single genes into… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ymeth.2012.03.008

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