Synthesis of 2.3 mg/ml of protein with an all Escherichia coli cell-free transcription-translation system.

@article{Caschera2014SynthesisO2,
  title={Synthesis of 2.3 mg/ml of protein with an all Escherichia coli cell-free transcription-translation system.},
  author={Filippo Caschera and Vincent Noireaux},
  journal={Biochimie},
  year={2014},
  volume={99},
  pages={162-8}
}
Cell-free protein synthesis is becoming a useful technique for synthetic biology. As more applications are developed, the demand for novel and more powerful in vitro expression systems is increasing. In this work, an all Escherichia coli cell-free system, that uses the endogenous transcription and translation molecular machineries, is optimized to synthesize up to 2.3 mg/ml of a reporter protein in batch mode reactions. A new metabolism based on maltose allows recycling of inorganic phosphate… CONTINUE READING
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