Protein design (or protein engineering) is a technique by which proteins with enhanced or novel functional properties are created. Proteins can be engineered by rational design, which typically uses computational tools to identify useful mutations, or by directed evolution, which uses random mutagenesis coupled with a selection process to identify desired variants.
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