A method for presenting peptides or proteins on the surface of lysogenic filamentous bacteriophages was introduced in 1985 by George Smith. Based on the fact that the phage phenotype and genotype are physically linked, the gene encoding the displayed molecule is packed within the same virions, and the fusion product is shown on the phage surface. This method, as known as phage display, allows the presentation of large peptide and protein libraries on the surface of filamentous phage, for the futher selection.
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