Gateway-compatible vectors for high-throughput protein expression in pro- and eukaryotic cell-free systemsJournal of Biotechnology

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Dejan Gagoski, Sergey Mureev, Nichole Giles, Wayne Johnston, Mareike Dahmer-Heath, Dubravka Škalamera, Thomas J. Gonda, Kirill Alexandrov
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2015
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10.1016/j.jbiotec.2014.12.006
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Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology / Biotechnology

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CFPE a translation-competent cellular extract is primed with DNA or RNA that encodes the gene of interest (Jermutus et al., 1998;

Whittaker, 2013).

The commonly employed Escherichia coli and wheat germ cellfree systems have been optimized for production of preparative amounts of “hard-to-express” proteins. Concomitantly there has been an expansion in the species used as lysate sources for CFPE.

Common eukaryotic sources are Sf-9 insect cells, mammalian cells, rabbit reticulocytes, and most recently the ciliated protozoan Leishmania tarentolae (Mureev et al., 2009). These systems have been used for expression of proteins with unnatural amino acids, production of protein complexes, construction of protein arrays and even expression of membrane proteins (Albayrak and Swartz, 2013;

Haberstock et al., 2012; He and Taussig, 2008; Kuruma et al., 2010).

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