Scrambled Library

Scrambled Libraries are used for screening proteins of interest, e.g. antibodies or enzymes with the permutations of a peptide for sequence optimization. A scrambled library is generated by permutation of the original peptide sequence and represents all alternative peptides with the same amino acid composition. Scrambled peptides or scrambled peptide libraries are also used as negative controls.

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use of scrambled library
use of scrambled library
use of scrambled library