Making In Vitro Translation Work | GenomeWeb

Bitesize Bio covers tips for cell-free protein synthesis, or in vitro translation. One, you get better protein yields; two, it's an optimal environment for protein production; and three, there's no concerns about cell viability. Nick also discusses the best expression systems for prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.

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