Scratching the Itch

Methods used to engineer proteins with improved or novel functions by recombining two genes of interest depend on greater than 70% sequence homology between the two genes, a requirement that significantly limits the diversity of protein production. Now researchers at Pennsylvania State University have described a method to

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