High-throughput identification of phage-derived imaging agents
Kelly, Kimberly A.
Clemons, Paul A.
Yu, Amy M.
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CitationKelly, Kimberly A., Paul A. Clemons, Amy M. Yu, and Ralph Weissleder. 2006. “High-Throughput Identification of Phage-Derived Imaging Agents.” Molecular Imaging 5 (1): 7290.2006.00003. https://doi.org/10.2310/7290.2006.00003.
AbstractThe use of phage-displayed peptide libraries is a powerful method for selecting peptides with desired binding properties. However, the validation and prioritization of "hits" obtained from this screening approach remains challenging. Here, we describe the. development and testing of a new analysis method to identify and display hits from phage-display experiments and high-throughput enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay screens. We test the method using a phage screen against activated macrophages to develop imaging agents with higher specificity for active disease processes. The new methodology should be useful in identifying phage hits and is extendable to other library screening methods such as small-molecule and nanoparticle libraries.
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