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 AJMB  Vol.3 No.1 , January 2013
Effect of 4% glycerol and low aeration on result of expression in Escherichia coli of Cin3 and three Venturia inaequalis EST’s recombinant proteins
Abstract: The phytopathogenic fungus Venturia inaequalis causes scab of apple. Once this fungus penetrates the plant surface, it forms a specialized body called a stroma between the inner cuticle surface and the epidermal cell wall. A novel Venturia inaequalis 5704 (Cin3) and three expressed sequence tags (ESTs); 38, 6987, and 4010 are strongly up-regulated in the early stages of infection. The CIN3 and three ESTs using two vectors pMAL-c2 and pET 21 were expressed in Escherichia coli. Recombinant proteins expression, solubility and yields were analyzed. 38, 5704 (Cin3) and 6987 re- combinant proteins were expressed in soluble form and while 4010 was expressed in inclusion bodies. Re- solution on native-PAGE, the recombinant proteins; 38, 5704 (Cin3), 6987 were shown to be present in dimmer, tetramer and polymer. A method was de- veloped, consisting of induction of expression at va- rious temperatures, and using enriched broth with 4% glycerol together with slow shaking, led to a decrease in concentration of nascent polypeptide and production of soluble recombinant proteins of; 38, 5704 (Cin3), 6987 and 4010. Resolution on native- PAGE, the recombinant proteins were shown to be present as monomer.
Cite this paper: Al-Samarrai, T. , Jones, W. , Harvey, D. , Kirk, C. and Templtone, M. (2013) Effect of 4% glycerol and low aeration on result of expression in Escherichia coli of Cin3 and three Venturia inaequalis EST’s recombinant proteins. American Journal of Molecular Biology, 3, 1-9. doi: 10.4236/ajmb.2013.31001.
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