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Title: Nonsense suppression as a tool for the site-specific functionalization of the VCAM-1 targeting Nanobody for advanced biomaterials
Authors: HANSEN, Rebekka 
SMEETS, Sofie 
Issue Date: 2016
Source: tUL Life Sciences Research Day 2016., Bilzen, Belgium, 05/10/2016
Abstract: The goal of this project is to site-specifically functionalize nanobodies with a copper-free ‘click’ functionality, to allow an oriented and covalent coupling to a complementary functionalized surface. A methodology is proposed in which an unnatural amino acid is introduced in the protein structure, with applications towards biosensor chips and affinity-based chromatography.
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Type: Conference Material
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