The present application relates to the utilization of phage display technique, based on phage libraries of random sequence type or with defined amino acid sequences for identifying peptide sequences capable of binding human progenitor/stem cells, as well as peptides and derivatives thereof identified and isolated by such methods. The present invention further relates to methods of recognizing, monitoring and modifying progenitor/stem cells by use of complexes comprising said peptides and derivatives .

Use of phage display technique for identifying peptides capable of binding progenitor/stem cells, peptides thereby obtained and uses thereof / Perris, R; Di Nardo, P. - ELETTRONICO. - (2006).

Use of phage display technique for identifying peptides capable of binding progenitor/stem cells, peptides thereby obtained and uses thereof

PERRIS, Roberto;
2006

Abstract

The present application relates to the utilization of phage display technique, based on phage libraries of random sequence type or with defined amino acid sequences for identifying peptide sequences capable of binding human progenitor/stem cells, as well as peptides and derivatives thereof identified and isolated by such methods. The present invention further relates to methods of recognizing, monitoring and modifying progenitor/stem cells by use of complexes comprising said peptides and derivatives .
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