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Título: Production of human recombinant proapolipoprotein A-I in Escherichia coli: purification and biochemical characterization
Autor: Moguilevsky, N.
Roobol, C.
Loriau, R.
Guillaume, J. P.
Jacobs, P.
Cravador, A.
Herzog, A.
Brouwers, L.
Scarso, A.
Gilles, P.
Homquist, L.
Carlson, L. A.
Bollen, A.
Data: 1989
Editora: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., Publishers
Resumo: A human liver cDNA library was used to isolate a clone coding for apolipoprotein A-I (Apo A-I). The clone carries the sequence for the prepeptide (18 amino acids), the propeptide (6 amino acids), and the mature protein (243 amino acids). A coding cassette for the proapo A-I molecule was reconstructed by fusing synthetic sequences, chosen to optimize expression and specifying the amino-terminal methionine and amino acids -6 to +14, to a large fragment of the cDNA coding for amino acids 15-243. The module was expressed in pOTS-Nco, an Escherichia coli expression vector carrying the regulatable X P^ promoter, leading to the production of proapolipoprotein A-I at up to 10% of total soluble proteins. The recombinant polypeptide was purified and characterized in terms of apparent molecular mass, isoelectric point, and by both chemical and enzymatic peptide mapping. In addition, it was assayed in vitro for the stimulation of the enzyme lecithin: cholesterol acyltransferase. The data show for the first time that proapo A-I can be produced efficiently in E. coli as a stable and undegraded protein having physical and functional properties indistinguishable from those of the natural product.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.1/6143
ISSN: 0198-0238
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