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Generating high-quality protein binders: a large screening effort pays off

Nature Methods volume 8, pages 545546 (2011) | Download Citation

A large-scale, multifaceted screening and validation strategy combining traditional and recombinant antibody technologies yielded a broad spectrum of validated protein binders with high binding affinity and specificity applicable to many fields in proteome research.

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  1. Peter Nollau is at University Medical Center Hamburg–Eppendorf, Institute of Clinical Chemistry, Hamburg, Germany.

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