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Industrializing Design, Development, and Manufacturing of Therapeutic Proteins
The authors discuss various approaches and related issues, including production of difficult-to express proteins using cell-free expression systems, scalability of protein expression, and site-specific chemical modifications.


Pharmaceutical Technology
Volume 35, pp. s8-s11

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