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Skin Or Hair Binding Peptides

SpecialChem / Aug 18, 2010

The invention is directed to peptides which bind skin and do not bind hair. Alternatively, the invention is drawn to peptides which bind hair and do not bind skin. Methods of identifying the peptides may include use of random peptide libraries, synthetic peptide libraries, peptide loop libraries, antibody libraries and protein libraries. Screening techniques may include yeast display, ribosome dis

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