Microfluidic droplet technique for in vitro directed evolution
Increasingly over the past two decades, biotechnologists have been exploiting various molecular technologies for high-throughput screening of genes and their protein products to isolate novel functionalities with a wide range of industrial applications. One particular technology now widely used for these purposes involves directed evolution, an artificial form of evolution in which genes and proteins are evolved towards new or improved functions by imposing intense selection pressures on...[Show more]
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