recombinant protein


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recombinant protein

Molecular biology A protein encoded by recombinant DNA or generated from a recombinant gene. See Recombinant pharmacology.

recombinant protein

A protein synthesized in a cell from DNA into which the gene sequence that codes for the protein has been artificially introduced. Recombinant proteins can be produced in large quantities by GENETIC ENGINEERING.
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com)-- Poly-histidine tags are often used for affinity purification of poly-histidine-tagged recombinant proteins expressed in Escherichia coli, Bacillus megaterium, Bacillus subtilis, and other prokaryotic expression systems.
students to develop transgenic tobacco plants able to express recombinant proteins economically.
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However, as compared with products from leading bio-pharmaceutical enterprises in the United States and Europe, domestic recombinant protein drugs are still characterized by low-end technologies and largely remain in common short-acting areas.
The launch of the EX-CELL EBx technology platform marks a major breakthrough in the commercial production of viral vaccines and recombinant proteins," said Rod Kelley, president of SAFC Biosciences.
Attendees are encouraged to stop by booth #22 to receive their own copy of the whitepaper, which outlines common challenges associated with recombinant protein production and discusses how novel expression systems, such as the Corynex(TM)Recombinant Protein Expression System, are helping simplify the production process, reduce costs, and speed time to market.
The start of recombinant protein drugs in China is not late and common drugs are diversified in variety, for example, recombinant human erythropoietin (rhEPO), recombinant human granulocyte colony-stimulating factor (rhG-CSF) and recombinant human interferon (rhIFN) have gained market approval in the 1990s.
Building on its legacy, AAS has transitioned the same level of quality and performance into new core competencies in the areas of recombinant protein expression and peptide synthesis.
has a recombinant protein product Schoemaker believes is near FDA approval.
It has been shown that, at industrial scales, the StabyExpress technology very significantly increases the yield of recombinant protein production.
It offers a high-yield and low-cost recombinant protein production method with simplified downstream processing and large-scale manufacturing potential.

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