IGEM:MIT/2005/IGEM2005: Front Page Summary

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References

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    Analysis of receptor-ligand engineering emphasizes high selectivity and ability to discriminate ligand of reengineered receptor.
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    This article describes a new method to improve anti-flourescein scFv affinity by yeast surface display technology.
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    Experiment with anti-digoxin scFv in E.coli, the authors find a way to its improve specificity.
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    Study on the general characteristics of high affinity anti-flourescein scFv provides insight into scFv affinity improvement.
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    Interactions between domains are examined and their affects on affinity of anti-flourescein scFv is observed.
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    The authors provide various characteristics of anti-flourescein scFv through construction and mutation.
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    Stability and affinity of scFv are linked to the length of internal linker.
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    Phage display library is constructed to select for the best scFv.
  9. Shan, D., Press O. W., Tsu T. T., and Hayden, M. (1999). “Characterization of scfv-ig constructs generated from the anti-cd20 mab 1f5 using linker peptides of varying lengths.” Journal of Immunology, 162(11), 6589-6595.
    The authors examine the effect of linker lengths on affinity of scFv.
  10. Braun, V. (1997). “Surface signaling: novel transcription initiation mechanism starting from the cell surface.” Archives of Microbiology, 167(6), 325-331.
    This study of Fec pathway in E.coli identifies the major its major components, proteins, and genes involved.
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    Structural differences of bound and unbound FecA protein is explored.
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    This paper demonstrates that ferric citrate uptake into the periplasm is not required for the induction of transcription of fec genes.
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    This short article provides summary and brief comparisons of iron transport pathways in E. coli.
  14. Braun, V., Mahren S., Ogierman M. (2003). “Regulation of the feci-type ecf sigma factor by transmembrane signaling.” Current Opinion in Microbiology, 6(2), 173-180.
    The authors identifie the components of Fec pathway that are required for signaling.
  15. Ferguson, A. D., Chakraborty R., Smith B. S., and Esser, L. et al (2002). “Structural basis of gating by the outer membrane transporter FecA.” Science, 295(5560), 1715-1719.
    Crystal structure of FecA protein shows the location of conformational change upon binding to ferric citrate.
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