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New strategy for rapid isolation of stable cell lines from DNA-transformed insect cells using fluorescence activated cell-sorting

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24232 43506 2010 6 PDF Available
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New strategy for rapid isolation of stable cell lines from DNA-transformed insect cells using fluorescence activated cell-sorting
Abstract

A stably transformed insect cell expression system is superior to a baculovirus expression system, since the expression system is sustained and there is no cell lysis, but the isolation of cell lines producing recombinant proteins is time-consuming and laborious. In this study, we developed a technique for the rapid isolation and efficient cultivation of sorted cells in a 24 well deep plate Bioshaker, utilizing the fluorescence activated cell-sorting (FACS) method. TnpXme11 cells, which stably expressed GFPuv-β1,3-N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase2 (GGT2), were transfected with a plasmid vector for the expression of a molecular chaperone (TnpXme11-hCNX6 cell line). The expression levels of GGT2 and the molecular chaperone fused with HcRed were analyzed by FACS. Two cell lines were established by single and double sorting. Sorting of the top 10% of the TnpXme11-hCNX6 cell population with the highest fluorescence yielded the TnpXme11-hCNX6-1 cell line. TnpXme11-hCNX6-2 cells were created in a similar fashion, as mentioned above, by a second sorting of the top 10% of the TnpXme11-hCNX6-1 cell population with the highest fluorescence. The cells thus isolated produced approximately 2-fold higher extracellular activity than that before cell sorting. This procedure can be accomplished in only 2 weeks, including transfection, isolation and analysis of high protein-producing cells, and is a breakthrough strategy for the rapid isolation of a recombinant, stable insect cell line.

Keywords
Insect cell; Stable cell line; Protein expression; Fluorescence activated cell-sorter; Screening
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Journal of Biotechnology - Volume 147, Issue 2, 17 May 2010, Pages 102–107
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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