The use of mutant proteins in protein adsorption studies

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@article{b145329de38b4f4a988e8acf6dce0f6d,
title = "The use of mutant proteins in protein adsorption studies",
abstract = "This paper presents some of the authors work on adsorption of proteins to solid interfaces, using sets of mutant proteins. The benefit of using mutants is that specific well-known changes can be made on the protein. Thus, only one property of the protein might be altered and a series of protein varying gradual in a protein characteristic can be produced. The systems presented in this paper are T4 lysozyme, b-lactoglobulin, and human carbonic anhydrase II.",
author = "M Wahlgren and P Billsten and U Elofsson",
year = "1997",
language = "English",
volume = "247",
pages = "98--105",
journal = "Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica, Chemical Technology Series",
issn = "1239-0518",
publisher = "Finnish Academies of Technology",

}