Viruses, Volume 10, Issue 6 (June 2018) – 61 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Filamentous phages have attracted the attention of bioengineers as structurally flexible bio-nanomaterials with a wide spectrum of potential applications. Phage landscape, which is formed by a genetically predetermined combination of thousands of functional organic groups, can be redesigned using genetic engineering methods. Furthermore, phage landscape can be randomly diversified to form multibillion clone landscape phage libraries, which can be screened for desired properties. The paper describes the history of the landscape phage invention, and gives some examples of their application. View Paper here.
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