Screening of a small set of random peptides: a new strategy to identify synthetic peptides that mimic epitopes.

Abstract

Small diversity libraries, composed of 4550 synthetic dodecapeptides and 8000 synthetic tripeptides, have been used to identify sequences homologous to small linear and non-linear parts of epitopes. Here we report that synthetic peptides identified through alignment of dodecapeptides and tripeptides derived from these small libraries have, in direct ELISA… (More)

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@article{Slootstra1997ScreeningOA, title={Screening of a small set of random peptides: a new strategy to identify synthetic peptides that mimic epitopes.}, author={J. W. Slootstra and Wouter C. Puijk and Gerard J. Ligtvoet and Deborah A. J. Kuperus and Wim M.M. Schaaper and R. H. Meloen}, journal={Journal of molecular recognition : JMR}, year={1997}, volume={10 5}, pages={217-24} }