Protein EngineeringTools and Applications
Advanced Biotechnology 1. Aufl.
<p><b>A one-stop reference that reviews protein design strategies to applications in industrial and medical biotechnology</b></p> <p><i>Protein Engineering: Tools and Applications</i> is a comprehensive resource that offers a systematic and comprehensive review of the most recent advances in the field, and contains detailed information on the methodologies and strategies behind these approaches. The authors—noted experts on the topic—explore the distinctive advantages and disadvantages of the presented methodologies and strategies in a targeted and focused manner that allows for the adaptation and implementation of the strategies for new applications.</p> <p>The book contains information on the directed evolution, rational design, and semi-rational design of proteins and offers a review of the most recent applications in industrial and medical biotechnology. This important book:</p> <ul> <li>Covers technologies and methodologies used in protein engineering</li> <li>Includes the strategies behind the approaches, designed to help with the adaptation and implementation of these strategies for new applications</li> <li>Offers a comprehensive and thorough treatment of protein engineering from primary strategies to applications in industrial and medical biotechnology</li> <li>Presents cutting edge advances in the continuously evolving field of protein engineering</li> </ul> <p>Written for students and professionals of bioengineering, biotechnology, biochemistry, <i>Protein Engineering: Tools and Applications</i> offers an essential resource to the design strategies in protein engineering and reviews recent applications.</p>
Introduction<br> Editor<br> Contributors <br> <br> Section I. Directed Evolution<br> I-1. Directed evolution of proteins<br> I-2. MALDI MS imaging tools<br> I-3. Cell surface display<br> I-4. PACE<br> I-5. In vivo biosensors<br> I-6. Continuous protein evolution<br> <br> Section II. Rational Design<br> II-1. Computational protein design <br> II-2. Predicting protein functions using computational tools<br> II-3. Enzyme engineering by QM/MM simulations<br> II-4. Structural modeling<br> <br> Section III. Semi-rational Design<br> III-1. Iterative saturation mutagenesis<br> III-2. ProSAR<br> III-3. Data-driven protein engineering<br> <br> Sections IV. Applications in industrial technology<br> IV-1. Artificial metalloenzyme engineering <br> IV-2. P450 engineering <br> IV-3. Engineering Proteins using non-natural amino acids <br> IV-4. Protein engineered biomaterials<br> <br> Section V. Applications in medical biotechnology<br> V-1. Antibody engineering<br> V-2. CAR-T immunotherapy engineering<br> V-3. Development of genome editing tools<br> V-4. Non-antibody scaffold engineering<br> V-5. Molecular tools for cellular imaging<br>
Dr. Huimin Zhao is the Steven L. Miller Chair of chemical and biomolecular engineering, and professor of chemistry, biochemistry, biophysics, and bioengineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). He received his B.S. degree in Biology from the University of Science and Technology of China in 1992 and his Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from the California Institute of Technology in 1998 under the guidance of Dr. Frances Arnold. Prior to joining UIUC in 2000, he was a project leader at the Industrial Biotechnology Laboratory of the Dow Chemical Company. He was promoted to full professor in 2008. Dr. Zhao served as a consultant for over 10 companies such as Pfizer, Maxygen, BP, Gevo, and zuChem, and a Scientific Advisory Board member of Gevo, Myriant Technologies, Toulouse White Biotechnology (TWB) and AgriMetis. He was a member of National Academies' study group on Industrialization of Biology: A Roadmap to Accelerate Advanced Manufacturing of Chemicals. Dr. Zhao has authored and co-authored over 260 research articles and over 20 issued and pending patent applications with several being licensed by industry. In addition, he has given plenary, keynote or invited lectures in over 290 international meetings, universities, industries, and research institutes. His primary research interests are in the development and applications of synthetic biology tools to address society's most daunting challenges in health, energy, and sustainability, and in the fundamental aspects of enzyme catalysis, cell metabolism, and gene regulation.
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