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  • n. A phage whose genome contains a plasmid that can be removed during the infection of a host with a second, helper phage


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  • Candidates should be experts in using Phage as well as phagemid libraries and have mastery of basic molecular biology techniques.

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  • Once inside the cell, the phagemid used the cell just like a photocopier machine to reproduce millions of copies of the DNA.

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  • One scales methods plasmid, phagemid bacteriophage DNAs preparation.

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  • Dr. Martin Welschof, CEO of Affitech, also commented: "Affitech has developed a fully integrated antibody discovery platform consisting of human antibody libraries with high functionality, based on phagemid display technology plus several screening technologies with high degree of versatility.

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