Carol T Marshall

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We have employed an inverse engineering strategy based on quantitative proteome analysis to identify changes in intracellular protein abundance that correlate with increased specific recombinant monoclonal antibody production (qMab) by engineered murine myeloma (NS0) cells. Four homogeneous NS0 cell lines differing in qMab were isolated from a pool of(More)
The relationship between spot volume and variation for all protein spots observed on large format 2D gels when utilising silver stain technology and a model system based on mammalian NSO cell extracts is reported. By running multiple gels we have shown that the reproducibility of data generated in this way is dependent on individual protein spot volumes,(More)
We previously compared changes in individual protein abundance between the proteomes of GS-NS0 cell lines with varying rates of cell-specific recombinant monoclonal antibody production (qMab). Here we extend analyses of our proteomic dataset to statistically determine if particular cell lines have distinct functional capabilities that facilitate production(More)
The effects of various medium sterilization conditions on fermentations of a recombinant, acidic fibroblast growth factor (aFGF) producing Escherichia coli have been studied. Changes in the medium resulting from sterilization were monitored by pH and absorption spectra. This simple experiment provided excellent data for the demonstration of the usefulness(More)
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