One from column A and two from column B: the benefits of phage display in molecular-recognition studies.

@article{Rodi2002OneFC,
  title={One from column A and two from column B: the benefits of phage display in molecular-recognition studies.},
  author={Diane J. Rodi and Lee Makowski and Michael Bishop},
  journal={Current opinion in chemical biology},
  year={2002},
  volume={6 1},
  pages={
          92-6
        }
}
Recent uses of phage-displayed combinatorial peptide and cDNA libraries have proven invaluable in mapping protein-protein interactions, protein-drug interactions, and the generation of 'molecular therapeutics'. This article reviews some of the findings of the past year and points out some of the pros and cons of phage display as compared with those of yeast two-hybrid screening. 
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