Archives of Biological Sciences 2011 Volume 63, Issue 4, Pages: 943-948
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Ice nucleation protein as a bacterial surface display protein
Sarhan Mohammed A.A.
Surface display technology can be defined as that phenotype (protein or
peptide) which is linked to a genotype (DNA or RNA) through an appropriate
anchoring motif. A bacterial surface display system is based on expressing
recombinant proteins fused to sorting signals (anchoring motifs) that direct
their incorporation on the cell surface.
Keywords: INP, surface display, anchoring motifs, Pseudomonas syringae