By Géza Alföldy
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1 Directed synthesis offused polypeptides. Oftwo major approaches used to achieve expression ofvertebrate polypeptides in E. coli, one involves the construction of a hybrid gene with the N terminal region of a bacterial protein joined to the C terminus of a vertebrate protein. In the other approach the vertebrate gene is placed downstream from prokaryotic controlling elements within the plasmid. As an example of the first approach, I will discuss in some detail the expression of a chemically synthesised gene for the hormone somatostatin , a tetradecapeptide which has the physiological role of inhibiting the secretion of growth hormone, glucagon and insulin.
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2. Biological containment In order to enhance biological Containment amber mutations have been introduced into a number of vectors. Three of the Charon phages have, for example, been certified for use in an EK2 vector-host system; that is to say they permit the lowering of physical containment requirements by one category. These phage are Charons 3A, 4A and 16A which differ from Charon 3, 4 and 16, from which they are derived, by the introduction of amber mutations in genes A and B. Infections resulting from these phage will therefore produce mature phage particles only in a suppressor strain of E.
Historia social de Roma by Géza Alföldy