Efficient selection of IgG Fc domain-binding peptides fused to fluorescent protein using E. coli expression system and dot-blotting assay = 대장균발현 시스템과 닷블라팅 에세이를 이용한 효율적인 IgG Fc 결합펩타이드-형광융합단백질 검색
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- Efficient selection of IgG Fc domain-binding peptides fused to fluorescent protein using E. coli expression system and dot-blotting assay = 대장균발현 시스템과 닷블라팅 에세이를 이용한 효율적인 IgG Fc 결합펩타이드-형광융합단백질 검색
- Yu-Jin Jeong; Hyo Jin Kang; Kwang-Hee Bae; Min-Gon Kim; Sang Jeon Chung
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- Peptides, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 202-206
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- Antibody purification technology is of particular industrial importance due to the rapidly increasing use of antibodies in protein purification, diagnostic and therapeutic applications. Such purification has mostly relied on affinity chromatography using Protein A or Protein G as affinity ligands. Several synthetic ligands have also been developed to overcome the disadvantages associated with protein affinity ligands, which include high cost, low stability and possible contamination if the proteins have been expressed in bacteria. In the present study, a convenient selection method for new peptides binding to the IgG Fc domain was developed. The method includes the construction of a DNA library fused to the 5′-position of the eGFP gene expressed from a constitutive vector, expression of the library in Escherichia coli, fluorescence-based screening, and determination of the antibody-binding affinities of selected peptides using surface plasmon resonance. With this method, five novel peptides were identified as new affinity ligands for the IgG Fc domain, and the binding affinities were appropriate for antibody purification. This method is a convenient alternative to phage or bacterial surface display and can be used in the routine biochemistry laboratory.
- Dot-blot assayIgG Fc-binding peptideIgG-affinity ligandPeptide librarySPR
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