• Interaction

    AccNo. 22411 Score 0.86
    Name VLDEx_Tn-C Environment in vitro
    Kd 1.0 Organism N/A

    Peptide

    AccNo. 22295
    Name VLDEX
    Organism N/A
    Constraint none
    Sequence (V/L)(D/E)XLKXXLXXLA
    Origin phage display
    Form phage
    Internalized no
    Unnatural no
    Imaging no
    Is Motif yes

    Interactor

    AccNo. 22138
    Name Tn-C
    Description Troponin C
    Type protein

    Experiment

    AccNo. 22338
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    CA CVD DM APO ANG MI BD
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    Name PD_3
    Detection filamentous phage display, MI:0048
    Source PDF Text Id 3
    Journal Methods. 2001 Jul;24(3):240-6.
    Title Screening phage-displayed combinatorial peptide libraries.
    Authors Kay BK, Kasanov J, Yamabhai M
    Text Among the many techniques available to investigators interested in mapping protein-protein interactions is phage display. With a modest amount of effort, time, and cost, one can select peptide ligands to a wide array of targets from phage-display combinatorial peptide libraries. In this article, protocols and examples are provided to guide scientists who wish to identify peptide ligands to their favorite proteins.
    Mesh Terms Combinatorial Chemistry Techniques; DNA/chemical synthesis; Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay; Hydrogen-Ion Concentration; Peptide Library; Plasmids/chemistry; Plasmids/genetics; Protein Binding/immunology; Sequence Analysis, DNA
    References
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