protein engineering


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protein engineering

[′prō‚tēn ‚en·jə′nir·iŋ]
(cell and molecular biology)
The design and construction of new proteins or enzymes with novel or desired functions by modifying amino acid sequences by using recombinant deoxyribonucleic acid technology.
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Biocatalysts company Codexis (NasdaqGS:CDXS) disclosed on Monday the execution of a platform technology license agreement for its proprietary CodeEvolver protein engineering platform technology with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK).
Life science measurement company Agilent Technologies (NYSE:A) reported on Wednesday the launch of The QuikChange HT Protein Engineering System under a series of novel synthetic biology solutions for rational mutagenesis.
This advanced protein engineering technology is expected to enable Novozymes to bring down discovery time and expand its project portfolio.
He has a wealth of experience in protein engineering, including monoclonal antibody production and conjugation, gained at Affibody, Genentech and Pharmacia.
The company is utilising its extensive protein engineering expertise--the process of changing the sequence of a gene coding for a protein in order to bring about desirable changes in function--to make these multi-specific therapeutics function in a way that most benefit patients.
Protein engineering services provider Isogenica Ltd reported on Monday that the company has signed a new agreement for the development of antimicrobial peptide drugs for the potential treatment of resistant bacteria such as MRSA and C Difficile.
TF2 is a new generation of bispecific antibodies constructed using Immunomedics' patented Dock-and-Lock (DNL) protein engineering platform technology.