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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The "Protein Engineering - Market Analysis, Trends, and Forecasts" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Mr Akhtar noted that the advancements in the recombinant DNA technology and the large variety of protein engineering methods supported by modern screening techniques had allowed unlimited possibilities of improving proteins and enzymes for applications.
The alliance will combine Amicus' protein engineering and glycobiology expertise with Penn's adeno associated virus gene transfer technologies to develop AAV gene therapies designed for optimal cellular uptake, targeting, dosing, safety and manufacturability.
They also plan to carry out directed evolution, a protein engineering technique that simulates natural evolution.
People have been talking about protein engineering for decades.
Alligator Bioscience (STO:ATORX), a biotechnology company developing antibody-based pharmaceuticals for tumour-directed immunotherapy, announced on Thursday that it will present pre-clinical data for the drug candidate ATOR-1017 at the Protein Engineering Summit (PEGS) 14th Annual Meeting in Boston, US.
On the other hand, biocatalysts or enzymes can be manipulated significantly through the process of protein engineering. Therefore, we can modify biocatalysts to enhance specific performance characteristics and refine them to achieve their full potential.
Maryland Heights, MO, May 17, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Protein engineering is the design of new enzymes or proteins with new or desirable functions.
Collabody is a unique recombinant protein engineering platform, which utilizes a short triplex-forming collagenous peptide, derived from human serum collagens to make multivalent protein binders.
They report on ADME research and small molecule drugs; the applications of protein engineering to therapeutic proteins and antibodies; protein engineering to influence ADME, pharmacokinetics, and efficacy; antibody-derived proteins and proteins with novel scaffolds; antibody-drug conjugates; the role of the lymphatic system in subcutaneous absorption of therapeutic proteins; biodistribution; the prediction of human pharmacokinetics for protein-based biologic therapeutics; fixed dosing vs.