Random peptide library

ijiwaru at wheel.dcn.davis.ca.us ijiwaru at wheel.dcn.davis.ca.us
Tue Mar 4 13:23:22 EST 1997


check New England Biolabs (www.neb.com) for their PhD phage display
library and Display Systems (www.displaysystems.com) for their pSKAN8
based libraries.  You might also check out Invitrogen's flagellin library
(www.invitrogen.com) which is displayed on the surface of E.coli.  I have
also modified a vector for such use, e-mail me for details.

Lyle Najita
Plant Pathology
University of California - Davis

ps - I don't work for or own stock in any of the above mentioned companies.

pps - My opinions are my own, at least that's what I'm told.

In article <E6ABzA.B60 at riker.neoucom.edu>, rjv at uhura.neoucom.edu (Richard
Vernell) wrote:

> Hello,
> I am looking for a random peptide library displayed on phage.   I was told
> that this technology is patented.  If anyone knows of a source for such a
> library please respond.  Thank you.
> Rich Vernell

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