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Figure 5

From: Discovery of a polystyrene binding peptide isolated from phage display library and its application in peptide immobilization

Figure 5

Concentration dependent binding to polystyrene. Different amounts (106, 108, 1010 and 1012) of the phages were added to the microtiter wells and the binding phages were measured by the absorbance (A) or titers of recovered phages (B). All phage clones bound to polystyrene in a concentration dependent manner. PB-TUP phage exhibited a significantly stronger binding comparing with the other groups in both ELISA absorbance and phage recovery.

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