Phage display is a molecular evolution technique that allows for the exploration of library diversity to the limits of theoretical confines. The technology relies on the display of proteins of interest (peptides, antibodies, scaffolds, etc.) on the surface of a phage. It is one of the most powerful and widely used laboratory techniques that allows us to uncover molecular recognition/binding events of the protein-protein, protein-peptide and protein-DNA nature.
Scientists at the Molecular Evolution core can offer their expertise in tailoring the most appropriate phage display system to meet your lab's demands. We are confident in generating high-quality libraries with the diversity of 108. We can also modify and adjust standard biopanning strategies to meet your specific needs for selection.