DNA and Protein Library Construction Methodology

A method for building and polymerizing artificial coding sequence (6-mers) for the creation of unique nucleic acids and proteins from a limited number of amino acids

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A method for producing novel libraries with limited amino acid diversity that contain structurally and biologically relevant nucleic acids and proteins. The method polymerizes six nucleotide (6-mer) codons; these duplexes are themselves multi-merized together. The resulting nucleic acids and proteins are of varying length and form secondary, tertiary and quaternary structures based upon intentional amino acid design.

* Product length as variable in library
* Not restrained to degenerate regions of the code
* These libraries necessarily exclude amino acids that serve to interrupt secondary structure

Inventor(s): Jim Drummond, Dan Maillet

Type of Offer: Licensing

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