Inducible virus-mediated expression of a foreign protein in suspension-cultured plant cells

@article{Dohi2005InducibleVE,
  title={Inducible virus-mediated expression of a foreign protein in suspension-cultured plant cells},
  author={Koji Dohi and Masaki Nishikiori and Atsushi Tamai and Masayuki Ishikawa and Tetsuo Meshi and Masasi Mori},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2005},
  volume={151},
  pages={1075-1084}
}
Although suspension-cultured plant cells have many potential merits as sources of useful proteins, the lack of an efficient expression system has prevented using this approach. In this study, we established an inducible tomato mosaic virus (ToMV) infection system in tobacco BY-2 suspension-cultured cells to inducibly and efficiently produce a foreign protein. In this system, a modified ToMV encoding a foreign protein as replacement of the coat protein is expressed from stably transformed cDNA… CONTINUE READING

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