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Expression of Anti-breast Cancer Monoclonal Antibody in Transgenic Plant
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Expression of Anti-breast Cancer Monoclonal Antibody in Transgenic Plant
Kim, Deuk-Su; Shao, Yingxue; Lee, Jeong-Hwan; Yoon, Joon-Sik; Park, Se-Ra; Choo, Young-Kug; Hwang, Kyung-A; Ko, Ki-Sung;
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 Abstract
BACKGROUND: Plant expression system for mass production of recombinant proteins has several advantages over other existing expression systems with economical and safety issues. Breast cancer is a cancer originating from breast tissue and comprises almost 25% of all cancers in women world widely. Lewis-Y antigen is difucosylated oligosaccharide and is carried by glycoconjugates at cancer cell surface. In this study, the anti-breast cancer mAb BR55, which recognizes the epitope Lewis-Y, was expressed in the plant expression system. METHODS AND RESULTS: We have developed plant system for production of mAb BR55 with or without KDEL (the ER retention signal). This ER retention signal was attached to C-terminus of protein to help retain the recombinant glycoprotein carrying oligomannose glycans and enhance glycoprotein accumulation. PCR analysis was performed and confirmed the presence of recombinant genes. Western blot validated that the recombinant proteins mAb BR55 with or without KDEL were expressed in transgenic plants, moreover, the expression level of the mAb BR55 with KDEL was higher compared to the mAb BR55 without KDEL. CONCLUSION: These results indicate that KDEL fusion is a good way to produce proteins and plant can be an ideal expression system to obtain proteins and enhance accumulation of proteins.
 Keywords
Breast BR55;cancer;KDEL;Monoclonal antibody Recombinant protein;Transgenic plant;
 Language
English
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