Peptide phage display in biotechnology and biomedicine

Kuzmicheva G.A.1 , Belyavskaya V.A.2

1. Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology Vector, Koltsovo, Novosibirsk region, Russia; XBiotech USA, Austin, TX, USA
2. Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology Vector, Koltsovo, Novosibirsk region, Russia
Section: Review
DOI: 10.18097/PBMC20166205481      UDK: 577      PubMed Id: 27797323
Year: 2016  Volume: 62  Issue: 5  Pages: 481-495
To date peptide phage display is one of the most common combinatorial methods used for identifying specific peptide ligands. Phage display peptide libraries containing billions different clones successfully used for selection of ligands with high affinity and selectivity toward wide range of targets including individual proteins, bacteria, viruses, spores, different kind of cancer cells and variety of nonorganic targets (metals, alloys, semiconductors etc.) Success of using filamentous phage in phage display technologies relays on the robustness of phage particles and a possibility to genetically modify its DNA to construct new phage variants with novel properties. In this review we are discussing characteristics of the most known non-commercial peptide phage display libraries of different formats (landscape libraries in particular) and their successful applications in several fields of biotechnology and biomedicine: discovery of peptides with diagnostic values against different pathogens, discovery and using of peptides recognizing cancer cells, trends in using of phage display technologies in human interactome studies, application of phage display technologies in construction of novel nano materials
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Kuzmicheva G.A., Belyavskaya V.A. (2016) Biomeditsinskaya khimiya, 62(5), 481-495.
This paper is also available as the English translation:10.1134/S1990750817010061
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