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Protelix average salary is $125,000, median salary is $125,000 with a salary range from $125,000 to $125,000.
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Director, Account Management For Eur., Mid. East, 125,000-125,000 Hartford, CT, 06101 2010 Protelix Director, Account Management For Eur., Mid. East, Salaries (1)
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  • Protelix, Inc
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Foster City, CA
  • Protelix, Inc. is a proven pioneer in the field of high-throughput protein engineering and optimization. We aim to build upon our extensive patented technology and the latest advances in evolutionary mutagenesis to address critical medical needs. Our principal focus is to develop superior next generation protein based therapeutics including cytokines, enzymes and novel human biotherapeutic vaccine candidates. Protelix¡äs technology platform is based on Dr. Roberto Crea¡äs Walk-Through Mutagesis and Look-Through-Mutagenesis that accelerates protein evolution. We perform targeted site directed mutagenesis that systematically maps the most important residues for inclusion in combinatorial mutagenesis and isolation of the best candidates. We