Author(s): Frenzel A, Kgler J, Wilke S, Schirrmann T, Hust M
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Abstract Antibody phage display is the most commonly used in vitro selection technology and has yielded thousands of useful antibodies for research, diagnostics, and therapy.The prerequisite for successful generation and development of human recombinant antibodies using phage display is the construction of a high-quality antibody gene library. Here, we describe the methods for the construction of human immune and naive scFv gene libraries.The success also depends on the panning strategy for the selection of binders from these libraries. In this article, we describe a panning strategy that is high-throughput compatible and allows parallel selection in microtiter plates.
This article was published in Methods Mol Biol
and referenced in Journal of Antivirals & Antiretrovirals