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Protein binding

Antibody surrogates click into place

Nature Chemistry volume 1, pages 183185 (2009) | Download Citation

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Using the protein of interest as a template, weakly binding ligands can be chemically linked to produce protein-binding agents that can compete with nature's own.

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  1. Thomas Kodadek is in the Department of Chemistry and the Department of Cancer Biology at the Scripps Florida Research Institute, 130 Scripps Way, Jupiter, Forida 33458, USA.  Kodadek@scripps.edu

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