Phage display is generally new strategy to exhibit peptide

Phage display is generally new strategy to exhibit peptide
(polypeptides) on the surface of bacteriophage. For the first time,
phage display introduced by George Smith in 1985. As per this
system, phages can be expressed the desired (poly) peptides as a
component of their surface proteins. In this technique, the (poly)
peptide expresses as fusion with one of the surface proteins of
the bacteriophage and in this way the desired (poly) peptide is
chosen by binding to different target 1. In fact, this method is
based on the reaction between the ligand and receptor.
Displaying of proteins on the surface of the phages is
dependable strategy for choice of uncommon qualities that
code proteins with binding activity. Phage display can be set
to show different quantities of peptides with substantial
differences in polyvalent configuration. The level of display