Streamlining workflow and automation to accelerate laboratory scale protein production.

  title={Streamlining workflow and automation to accelerate laboratory scale protein production.},
  author={Jennifer Konczal and Christopher H. Gray},
  journal={Protein expression and purification},
Protein production facilities are often required to produce diverse arrays of proteins for demanding methodologies including crystallography, NMR, ITC and other reagent intensive techniques. It is common for these teams to find themselves a bottleneck in the pipeline of ambitious projects. This pressure to deliver has resulted in the evolution of many novel methods to increase capacity and throughput at all stages in the pipeline for generation of recombinant proteins. This review aims to… CONTINUE READING

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