By Dan E. Robertson and Joseph P. Noel (Eds.)
This MIE quantity covers tools for a large number of subject matters between that are computational tools, laboratory tools, enzyme optimization, binding proteins/antibodies, and screening applied sciences.
Table of Contents
-Applications-Opzimization and Screening
-Applications-Directed Evolution of Enzymatic Function
-Applications-Evolution of Biosynthetic Pathways
-Devices, Antibodies and Vaccines
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