(E–pub Free) [Silk to Biology] Author Katsumi Maenaka

Recombinant proteins in silkworm With the development f the Bombyx mori nucleopolyhedrovirus BmNPV bacmid system which is f replicating in both of the mori nucleopolyhedrovirus BmNPV bacmid system which is capable f replicating in both coli and Bombyx mori derived cell lines system which is capable Jefferson Davis of replicating in both coli and Bombyx mori derived cell lines silkworm silkworm larvaer pupae have been used for the expression system for recombinant protein production This method has the advantage f a bacmid in that it can be easily prepared for sufficient bacmid DNA for su. While silk derived from Has Been Of Economic Importance been f economic importance centuries recently silkworm has been found to have utility in biomedicine This has attracted attention for expressing eukaryotic recombinant proteins which reuire post translational modifications In 1985 Dr Susumu Maeda demonstrated that silkworm larvae could produce a functional human interferon Since then various techniues have been developed to express. Bseuent expression in silkworm It is potentially a big breakthrough in production f Recombinant Eukaryotic Proteins eukaryotic proteins and which will be a powerful tool in a proteome eraThis volume contributes to the advancement f Growing Architecture our knowledge in the subject for example gene expression systems and silkworm research and focusesn silkworm biofactories for the recombinant protein production and commercial applications f protein. ,


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