By Koji Kano (auth.), Professor Hermann Dugas, Professor Dr. Franz P. Schmidtchen (eds.)
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These advances can be separated into those: (1) that lead to the convenient production and the facile engineering possible by using E. coli and (2) those that use the screening and random mutagenesis methods based on using the E. , 1988). The PhosphoryIcholine Binding Antibodies 39 With E. coli production systems, the genetic manipulation of antibodies has been very much facilitated. Their handling is much easier, the establishment of a new clone or mutant is much faster and the scale-up can be carried out with simpler bioreactor equipment than in any other type of host organism.
6a~. Stereoviews of the structures of the Fv fragments of M603, TIS and M167. The structure of M603 is derived from the crystal structure, while the others are modelled based on this structure. The heavy chain is shown in black (right), and the light chain in grey (left). The antigen phosphorylcholine is shown with thick lines. (a) Hypervariable loops according to the definition of Kabat et al. (1987), emphasized by thick lines. (b) Location of the genetic elements in the structure. The D-element is shown with thick black lines, and non-coded amino acids (N-region) with thick light-grey lines.
Any strategy ~iming at screening of binding activity or even catalytic activity must therefore be based on secretion, as it obviously requires the presence of folded molecules in the bacterial cell, or secretion from the bacterial cell. An alternative strategy is to refold the recombinant antibody protein from inclusion bodies. While in many instances more total antibody protein per cell can be produced than in the secretory system, the overall success depends largely on the yield of refolding of the recombinant protein (Buchner and Rudolph, 1991).
Bioorganic Chemistry Frontiers by Koji Kano (auth.), Professor Hermann Dugas, Professor Dr. Franz P. Schmidtchen (eds.)