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ESPRIT: High Throughput Screening for Soluble Expression Constructs of Difficult-to-express Proteins

Darren Hart, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, speaking at European Lab Automation 2012
Date Posted: Tuesday, December 18, 2012

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