protein engineering

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protein engineering

the deliberate design and production of PROTEINS with desired properties by direct chemical synthesis and modification, or by GENETIC ENGINEERING from SYNTHETIC GENES or modified DNA sequences. For example, PROTEASES have been engineered to be more effective when used in biological washing powders.
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However, by engineering proteins which cannot be modified by phosphate and adding them to human cells, the researchers found they could produce nerve cells that were significantly more mature, and therefore more useful as models for disease such as Alzheimer's.
Verdezyne employs its biological expertise and proprietary advanced computational algorithms to design and synthesize novel gene libraries for engineering proteins, metabolic pathways, and microorganisms as well as to manufacture platform chemicals and biofuels.
Verdezyne employs its biology expertise and proprietary advanced computational algorithms to design and synthesize novel, high-diversity gene libraries for engineering proteins, metabolic pathways and microorganisms.

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