Phage Display Libraries: J. Yu and G.P. Smith, Affinity Maturation of Phage-Displayed Peptide Ligands. W. Markland, B.L. Roberts, and R.C. Ladner, Selection for Protease Inhibitors Using Bacteriophage Display.C.-I. Wang, Q. Yang,and C.S. Craik, Phage Display of Proteases and Macromolecular Inhibitors. B.L. Roberts, W. Markland, and R.C. Ladner, Affinity Maturation of Proteins Displayed on Surface of M13 Bacteriophage as Major Coat Protein Fusions.J.L. Harrison, S.C. Williams, G. Winter, and A. Nissim, Screening of Phage Antibody Libraries. G. Galfro, P. Monaci, A. Nicosia, A. Luzzago, F. Felici, and R. Cortese, Immunization with Phage-Displayed Mimotopes. F. Felici, G. Galfro, A. Luzzago, P. Monaci, A. Nicosia, and R. Cortese, Phage-Displayed Peptides as Tools for Characterization of Human Sera. E.J. Rebar, H.A. Greisman, and C.O. Pabo, Phage Display Methods for Selecting Zinc Finger Proteins with DNA-Binding Specificities. I.A. Laird-Offringa and J.G. Belasco, In Vitro Genetic Analysis of RNA-Binding Proteins Using Phage Display Libraries. lac Repressor Fusion Proteins: P.J. Schatz, M.G. Cull, E.L. Martin, and C.M. Gates, Screening of Peptide Libraries Linked to lac Repressor. Libraries on Polysomes: L.C. Mattheakis, J.M. Dias, and W.J. Dower, Cell-Free Synthesis of Peptide Libraries Displayed on Polysomes. Peptide Libraries: C.L. Chen, P. Strop, M. Lebl, and K.S. Lam, One Bead–One Compound Combinatiorial Peptide Library: Different Types of Screening. J.M. Ostresh, S.E. Blondelle, B. Dirner, and R.A. Houghten, Generation and Use of Nonsupport-Bound Peptide and Peptidomimetic Combinatorial Libraries. K.D. Janda and H. Han, Combinatorial Chemistry: A Liquid-Phase Approach. K.M. Ivanetich and D.V. Santi, Preparation of Equimolar Mixtures of Peptides by Adjustment of Activated Amino Acid Concentrations. Z.-J. Ni, D. Maclean, C.P. Holmes, and M.A. Gallop, Encoded Combinatorial Chemistry: Binary Coding Using Chemically Robust Secondary Amine Tags. Nucleic Acid Libraries: T. Fitzwater and B. Polisky, A SELEX Primer. J.P. Davis, N. Janjic[accent over c], B.E. Javornik, and D.A. Zichi, Identifying Consensus Patterns and Secondary Structure in SELEX Sequence Sets. J. Ciesiolka, M. Illangasekare, I. Majerfeld, T. Nickles, M. Welch, M. Yarus, and S. Zinnen, Affinity Selection–Amplification from Randomized Ribooligonucleotide Pools. R.C. Conrad, L. Giver, Y. Tian, and A.D. Ellington, In Vitro Selection of Nucleic Acid Aptamers That Bind Proteins. J.D. Keene, Randomization and Selection of RNA to Identify Targets for RRM RNA-Binding Proteins and Antibodies. J.R. Sampson and M.E. Saks, Selection of Aminoacylated tRNAs from RNA Libraries Having Randomized Acceptor Stem Sequences: Using Old Dogs to Perform New Tricks. J. Tsang and G.F. Joyce, In Vitro Evolution of Randomized Ribozymes. P.E. Nielsen, Peptide Nucleic Acids: A New Dimension to Peptide Libraries and Aptamers. Other Small Molecule Libraries: G.M. Figliozzi, R. Goldsmith, S.C. Ng, S.C. Banville, and R.N. Zuckerman, Synthesis of N-Substituted Glycine Peptoid Libraries. B.A. Bunin, M.J. Plunkett, and J.A. Ellman, Synthesis and Evaluation of 1,4-Benzodiazepine Libraries. Author Index. Subject Index.
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@introbul:Key Features @bul:* Phage display libraries
- Repression fusion proteins
- Polysome libraries
- Peptide libraries
- Nucleic acid libraries
- Other small molecule libraries
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