NEW YORK, May 1 – Athersys scientists reported on uses of their Random Activation of Gene Expression technology in a paper published Tuesday in the May 2001 issue of Nature Biotechnology .

The paper, “Creation of Genome-Wide Protein Expression Libraries Using Random Activation of Gene Expression,” detailed the application of RAGE to create genome-wide protein expression libraries, and produce proteins from genes associated with known biological characteristics. 

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