The biomolecular libraries; the currently available types and their use

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2005. 3. 23

 

The rapid development of chemical and biochemical engineering technology provided various biomolecular libraries encompassing DNA, RNA, peptide and proteins. These biomolecular libraries have unique characteristics compared to conventional chemical libraries. First of all, one library can be converted into another form in a limited occasion. DNA and RNA libraries can be inter-converted. DNA and RNA libraries can be converted into peptide and protein libraries. Secondly one form of biomolecule can be physically linked to another biomolecules and form unique form of combined biomolecular librararies. In this seminar we will discuss the types of biomolecular libraries currently available, their possible use and the measures to analyze them.

 

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