Properties of the Hansenula polymorpha-derived constitutive GAP promoter, assessed using an HSA reporter gene
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- Properties of the Hansenula polymorpha-derived constitutive GAP promoter, assessed using an HSA reporter gene
- Joo Hyung Heo; Won Kyoung Hong; E Y Cho; Moo Woong Kim; J Y Kim; Chul Ho Kim; Sang Ki Rhee; Hyun Ah Kang
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- FEMS Yeast Research, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 175-184
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- The glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase promoter, PGAP, was employed to direct the constitutive expression of recombinant human serum albumin (HSA) in Hansenula polymorpha. A set of integration vectors containing the HSA cDNA under the control of PGAP was constructed and the elemental parameters affecting the expression of HSA from PGAP were analyzed. The presence of a 5′-untranslated region derived from the HSA cDNA and the integration of the expression vector into the GAP locus were shown to improve the expression of HSA under PGAP. Glycerol supported a higher level of HSA expression from PGAP along with a higher cell density than either glucose or methanol. The growth at high glycerol concentrations up to 12% did not cause any significant repression of the cell growth. A high cell density culture, up to 83 g l-1 dry cell weight with a HSA production of 550 mg l-1, was obtained in less than 32 h of cultivation in a fed-batch fermentation employing intermittent feeding with 12% glycerol. The GAP promoter-based HSA expression system showed a higher specific production rate and required a much simpler fermentation process than the MOX promoter-based system, demonstrating that PGAP can be a practical alternative of the MOX promoter in the large-scale production of HSA from H. polymorpha.
- constitutive expressionglyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase promoterhansenula polymorphahigh cell density culturehuman serum albumin
- Oxford Univ Press
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