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IC-tagged proteins are able to interact with each other and perform complex reactions when integrated into muNS-derived inclusions

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IC-tagged proteins are able to interact with each other and perform complex reactions when integrated into muNS-derived inclusions
Abstract

We have recently developed a versatile tagging system (IC-tagging) that causes relocation of the tagged proteins to ARV muNS-derived intracellular globular inclusions. In the present study we demonstrate (i) that the IC-tag can be successfully fused either to the amino or carboxyl terminus of the protein to be tagged and (ii) that IC-tagged proteins are able to interact between them and perform complex reactions that require such interactions while integrated into muNS inclusions, increasing the versatility of the IC-tagging system. Also, our studies with the DsRed protein add some light on the structure/function relationship of the evolution of DsRed chromophore.

Keywords
Protein–protein interactions; IC-tagging; Particulate protein inclusions; Reovirus
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Journal of Biotechnology - Volume 155, Issue 3, 20 September 2011, Pages 284–286
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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