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  Protein engineering serves two fundamental purposes: to  
dissect the structure-function relationship of proteins,
and to create proteins of improved properties for use in
industry as well as medicine. In recent years, directed
evolution has begun to provide an exciting and powerful
avenue to engineer proteins for practicalapplications. In
essence, directed evolution practices in the test tube the time-tested ultimate art
of nature, Darwinian evolution. Our institutefocuses on addressing fundamental
technical problems related to directed evolution, and on applying the technology
to developing important processes or products.Specific topics of current interest
include:development of new evolution tools and strategies, enzyme activity in
organic solvents, and in vitro rapid screening of antibodies against various
antigens.
Protein...
Biocatalysis...
Cell culture...
Biomedical...
Bioseperation...
Environmental...
   
 
 
  Research Group: Zhanglin Lin , Huimin Yu
 
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