December 2016
Volume 61, Number 6
Protein consensus-based surface engineering (ProCoS): a computer-assisted method for directed protein evolution
Protein consensus-based surface engineering (ProCoS) is a simple and...
Amol V. Shivange, Hans Wolfgang Hoeffken, Stefan Haefner, and Ulrich Schwaneberg
High-yield recombinant expression and purification of marginally soluble, short elastin-like polypeptides
The protocol described here is designed as an extension of existing techniques for creating...
Markian S. Bahniuk, Abdullah K. Alshememry, and Larry D. Unsworth
LARGER, SHARPER & DEEPER
Microscopy continues to expand our knowledge of brain structure and function. Sarah Webb looks at...
Sarah Webb, Ph.D.

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