E. coli strain engineering for the production of advanced biopharmaceutical products

@article{SelasCastieiras2018ECS,
  title={E. coli strain engineering for the production of advanced biopharmaceutical products},
  author={Tania Selas Casti{\~n}eiras and Steven Gareth Williams and Antony G Hitchcock and Daniel C Smith},
  journal={FEMS Microbiology Letters},
  year={2018},
  volume={365},
  pages={\&NA;}
}
Since the emergence of the biopharmaceutical industry in the 1980's, Escherichia coli, has played an important role in the industrial production of recombinant proteins and plasmid DNA for therapeutic use. Currently, advanced biopharmaceutical products, including rationally designed recombinant proteins and viral-vector gene therapies, offer unprecedented promise for the long-term management, and even cure of disease. As such, E. coli remains an important production host for the… 

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