Plants as Factories for Protein Production

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Plants as Factories for Protein Production

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Cited By The optimized yeast strain was achieved by determining several gene targets suitable for silencing via RNA interference RNAi. Expression downregulation by RNAi is a powerful tool for efficient rational screening of new genetic targets for beneficial expression tuning since it is cheap and quick.

Using extensive screening of tiny droplets containing single cells secreting the enzyme, the researchers managed to pick out nine genes, which upon silencing improved protein secretion. These genes are involved in cellular metabolism, cell cycle as well as protein modification and degradation.

This knowledge is really important when trying to build optimized yeast cell factories for the production of industrial enzymes or biopharmaceutical proteins," says Guokun Wang.


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The scientists first screened beneficial RNAi targets. Afterwards, they looked at combinations of silencing, leading to a so-called semi-rational approach.


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    Note: Content may be edited for style and length. Science News. Silencing is a powerful tool The optimized yeast strain was achieved by determining several gene targets suitable for silencing via RNA interference RNAi.