Protein engineering

The process of creating useful or valuable proteins is known as protein engineering. It is a nascent science, with significant research being conducted to better understand protein folding and protein design concepts. It has been utilised to enhance the performance of various enzymes used in industrial catalysis. Protein engineering is the process by which a researcher modifies a protein sequence by substituting, inserting, or deleting nucleotides in the encoding gene in order to get a modified protein that is better suited for a certain use or purpose than the unmodified protein. Protein engineering research is divided into three major approaches: directed evolution, rational design, and de novo design.

 

  • Track 1-1 Mutagenesis
  • Track 2-2 Protein folding
  • Track 3-3 Therapeutic proteins
  • Track 4-4 Target and ligand prediction

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