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Chapter 26: Protein Engineering by Phage display

Bibliographic reference Minard, P. ; Urvoas, A. ; Soumillion, Patrice. Chapter 26: Protein Engineering by Phage display. In: S. Lutz & U. Bornsheuer, Protein Engineering handbook, Wiley-VCH Verlag Gmbh  : Weinheim, Germany 2008, p. 563-604
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