The selection of aptamers specific for membrane molecular targets

@article{Janas2010TheSO,
  title={The selection of aptamers specific for membrane molecular targets},
  author={T. Janas},
  journal={Cellular & Molecular Biology Letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={16},
  pages={25 - 39}
}
  • T. Janas, T. Janas
  • Published 2010
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Cellular & Molecular Biology Letters
A growing number of RNA aptamers have been selected experimentally using the SELEX combinatorial approach, and these aptamers have several advantages over monoclonal protein antibodies or peptides with respect to their applications in medicine and nanobiotechnology. Relatively few successful selections have been reported for membrane molecular targets, in contrast to the situation with non-membrane molecular targets. This review compares the procedures and techniques used in selections against… Expand
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