Vegetable protein synthesis systems for industry, medicine, and research are becoming increasingly popular. The technology of protein production in plants has certain advantages, compared with the expression systems of bacteria and yeast. The rich variety of promoters, regulatory elements, affinity tags, and fusion partners that are used in molecular biology and plant biotechnology can create hybrid genetic constructs adapted to the solution of various tasks associated with protein synthesis and purification. New methods of modification of plant systems are being developed for the synthesis of functionally active human proteins whose structure is close to the natural analogues. This review shows current approaches to increase the yield of the target protein, facilitating the procedures of its isolation and purification and preventing degradation.
Russian Journal of Plant Physiology – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 16, 2016
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