Phage nanobiotechnology by V A Petrenko; George P Smith

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J. Opella, Biopolymers, 1986, 25, 1859–1864. 17. L. A. Day, R. L. Wiseman and C. J. , 1979, 7, 1393–1403. 18. M. F. Symmons, L. C. Welsh, C. Nave, D. A. Marvin and R. N. Perham, J. Mol. , 1995, 245, 86–91. 19. M. J. Glucksman, S. Bhattacharijee and L. Makowski, J. Mol. , 1992, 226, 455–470. 20. B. A. Clack and D. M. Gray, Biopolymers, 1989, 28, 1861–1873. 21. G. E. Arnold, L. A. Day and A. K. Dunker, Biochemistry, 1992, 31, 7948–7956. The Roles of Structure, Dynamics and Assembly in the Display of Peptides 31 22.

The information about the structure, dynamics and assembly of the coat protein subunits will increase in importance in their refinement. 57 Acknowledgements The research summarized in this chapter was performed in many laboratories throughout the world, attesting to the importance of the filamentous bacteriophage in biology and medicine. The research from the author’s laboratory benefited from long-term collaborations with Lee Makowski and Richard Perham and discussions with many of the other researchers in the field.

P. Tsang and S. J. Opella, Biopolymers, 1986, 25, 1859–1864. 17. L. A. Day, R. L. Wiseman and C. J. , 1979, 7, 1393–1403. 18. M. F. Symmons, L. C. Welsh, C. Nave, D. A. Marvin and R. N. Perham, J. Mol. , 1995, 245, 86–91. 19. M. J. Glucksman, S. Bhattacharijee and L. Makowski, J. Mol. , 1992, 226, 455–470. 20. B. A. Clack and D. M. Gray, Biopolymers, 1989, 28, 1861–1873. 21. G. E. Arnold, L. A. Day and A. K. Dunker, Biochemistry, 1992, 31, 7948–7956. The Roles of Structure, Dynamics and Assembly in the Display of Peptides 31 22.

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