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Engineering Synthetic Antibody Inhibitors Specific for LD2 or LD4 Motifs of Paxillin.Academic Article Why?
Kossiakoff, AnthonyPerson Why?
Engineering synthetic antibody binders for allosteric inhibition of prolactin receptor signaling.Academic Article Why?
Engineering of stable bispecific antibodies targeting IL-17A and IL-23.Academic Article Why?
Engineering of a synthetic antibody fragment for structural and functional studies of K+ channels.Academic Article Why?
A combinatorial approach to engineering a dual-specific metal switch antibody.Academic Article Why?
Engineered human antibodies for the opsonization and killing of Staphylococcus aureus.Academic Article Why?
Structural insights for engineering binding proteins based on non-antibody scaffolds.Academic Article Why?
Toward chaperone-assisted crystallography: protein engineering enhancement of crystal packing and X-ray phasing capabilities of a camelid single-domain antibody (VHH) scaffold.Academic Article Why?
Next-generation antibodies for post-translational modifications.Academic Article Why?
An Efficient Method to Generate Monoclonal Antibodies from Human B Cells.Academic Article Why?
High-throughput generation of synthetic antibodies from highly functional minimalist phage-displayed libraries.Academic Article Why?
High affinity anti-inorganic material antibody generation by integrating graft and evolution technologies: potential of antibodies as biointerface molecules.Academic Article Why?
Structural basis of an engineered dual-specific antibody: conformational diversity leads to a hypervariable loop metal-binding site.Academic Article Why?
Monobodies and other synthetic binding proteins for expanding protein science.Academic Article Why?
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