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The high-throughput technique of deep mutational scanning (DMS) has recently made it possible to experimentally measure the effects of all amino-acid mutations to a protein. Over the past five years, this technique has been used to study dozens of different proteins and answer a variety of research questions. For example, DMS has been used for protein engineering, understanding the human immune response to viruses, and interpreting human variation in a clinical setting. Accompanying thisdoi:10.1101/2020.05.14.096842 fatcat:rpsd362gdnamrd2wqkg3tgvzay