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Fusion proteins are a class of proteins where two or more protein domains (or segments of sequences) are fused and integrated into one entity. In laboratories, fusion proteins are routinely constructed by researchers using recombinant DNA technology to label the protein of interest, facilitate affinity-based protein purification, improve protein solubility and stability, enhance consecutive enzyme reaction rates, and create innovative therapeutic proteins. 

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