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Creative Biolabs provides the zinc finger library construction service using our Hi-Affi™ phage display platform. This platform can achieve desired libraries with high affinity and diversity for screening and selecting of a broad range of target epitopes. Zinc finger, as a miniprotein composed of 26 amino acids, was firstly identified in a transcription study via Xenopus laevis (African clawed frog) and characterized by the coordination of one or more zinc ions in order to stabilize the fold. These proteins are now found with various binding properties which can also bind to DNA, RNA, protein or lipid substrates.

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