Protein Engineering for Therapeutics, Part B by K. Dane WittrupProtein Engineering for Therapeutics, Part B by K. Dane Wittrup

Protein Engineering for Therapeutics, Part B

byK. Dane Wittrup, K. Dane Wittrup, Gregory L. Verdine

Other | January 25, 2012

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This volume of Methods in Enzymology looks at Protein Engineering for Therapeutics. The chapters provide an invaluable resource for academics, researchers and students alike. With an international board of authors, this volume is split into sections that cover subjects such as Peptides, and Scaffolds

  • Chapters provide an invaluable resource for academics, researchers and students alike
  • Iinternational board of authors
  • This volume is split into sections that cover subjects such as peptides, and scaffolds
Title:Protein Engineering for Therapeutics, Part BFormat:OtherDimensions:392 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:January 25, 2012Publisher:Elsevier ScienceLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0123972647

ISBN - 13:9780123972644

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Table of Contents

Part III: Peptides

  1. Stapled Peptides for Intracellular Drug Targets
  2. Mapping of vascular zip codes by phage display
  3. Engineering cyclic peptide toxins
  4. Peptide Discovery using Bacterial Display and Flow Cytometry
  5. Part V: Scaffolds

  6. Designed Ankyrin Repeat Proteins (DARPins): From research to therapy
  7. Target-binding proteins based on the tenth human fibronectin type III domain (10Fn3)
  8. Anticalins: small engineered binding proteins based on the lipocalin scaffold
  9. T Cell Receptor Engineering
  10. Engineering Knottins as Novel Binding Agents
  11. Part VI: Pharmacokinetics

  12. Practical Theoretic Guidance for the Design of Tumor Targeting Agents
  13. Re-Engineering Biopharmaceuticals for Targeted Delivery Across the Blood-Brain Barrier
  14. Engineering and Identifying Supercharged Proteins for Macromolecule Delivery into Mammalian Cells