What is recombinant protein?
Recombinant protein, a manipulated form of protein, is generated in various ways to produce large quantities of proteins, modify gene sequences and manufacture useful commercial products.
Technical resources of recombinant proteins
In the process of developing recombinant proteins, a remaining challenge is that you will be faced with a bewildering array of choices except the expression system, such as the expression vector selection, the length of expressed protein (full-length or partially) and the protein with tag or not, etc. You have to make a lot of decisions when producing recombinant proteins. If you choose wisely, you'll obtain high-quality recombinant proteins and the follow-up experiments are more likely to be successful. But if you make a wrong decision, you may fail to get the recombinant protein you need or the quality and purity of the recombinant protein do not meet the requirements. Here, based on their experience of developing recombinant protein, protein expression engineers from CUSABIO have concluded several useful tips to help you make wise decisions, you can click the following links to enter the corresponding article.
Article 1: Production of Recombinant Protein
In this article, we aim to illuminate the definition of recombinant protein and how to produce a recombinant protein.
Article 2: How to choose a suitable expression vector?
The expression vector is a DNA molecule that carries a specific gene into a host cell and uses the cell's protein synthesis machinery to produce the protein encoded by the gene. Expression vectors allow high-level expression of foreign genes in host cells, and through years of development, expression vectors have become a mature and popular biotechnology. It is an essential element in the process of recombinant protein production. As the title shows, this article mainly summarizes several useful tips to choose a suitable expression vector.
Article 3: How to express a protein with bioactivity?
Depending on the application of the recombinant protein, we may put different requirements on its bioactivity. But how can we ensure that the protein is produced with bioactivity? This article will focus on this topic and offer some solutions.
Beside the above articles, we also have a collection of common questions of recombinant protein. You can click the following link to view. https://www.cusabio.com/m-306.html.
In addition, we also provide the recombinant protein expression service to our customers, you can click here to obtain more information.
Note: If you have any question about CUSABIO's protein, involving protein price, delivery and quality, you can click the orange button to leave a message online for us.
Recombinant Mouse Zinc finger protein 346(Znf346) referenced in "A novel zinc finger protein-based amperometric biosensor for miRNA determination" Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 2019
Recombinant Mouse Plasminogen activator inhibitor 1(Serpine1) referenced in "Transcriptional heterogeneity of fibroblasts is a hallmark of the aging heart" Analytica Chimica Acta, 2019
Recombinant Rat Alpha-2 antiplasmin(Serpinf1) referenced in "Pigment Epithelium-Derived Factor Increases Native Collateral Blood Flow to Improve Cardiac Function and Induce Ventricular Remodeling After Acute Myocardial Infarction" Journal of The American Heart Association, 2019
Recombinant Mouse Apoptosis-associated speck-like protein containing a CARD(Pycard) referenced in "Mul1 suppresses Nlrp3 inflammasome activation through ubiquitination and degradation of Asc" Biorxiv, 2019
Recombinant Human Chitinase domain-containing protein 1(CHID1) referenced in "SI-CLP inhibits the growth of mouse mammary adenocarcinoma by preventing recruitment of tumor-associated macrophages" International Journal of Cancer, 2019
Read More >>