Animal Cell Technology. Developments, Processes and Products by R. E. Spier

By R. E. Spier

This booklet offers a cutting-edge document at the box of animal cellphone know-how, a resource of reference for all these taken with the creation and use of animal mobile items

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4, 1990. M. Wurm, A. Johnson, Y. Lie, T. Etcheverry and K. P. , South San Francisco, CA 94080,* present adress: ISIS Pharmaceuticals, 2280 Faraday Av. Carlsbad, CA92008 ABSTRACT CHO cells, like many other rodent cells, contain hundreds and perhaps thousands of copies of sequences reminiscent of A-type and C-type retrovirus genomes 1 « 2 · 3 ' 4 . RNA molecules derived from these pseudo virus genomes are abundantly represented in CHO cells indicating that these sequences are in locations of active gene transcription.

T. (1990) High Level Expression of Tissue Inhibitor of Metalloproteinases in Chinese Hamster Ovary Cells using Glutamine Synthetase Gene Amplification. Biotechnology 8:662. R. T. (1990) Recombinant DNA Methods, Vectors and Host Cells. European Patent Specification EP0338841. , Colcher, D. & Bodmer, M. 3 Antibody. Protein Engineering 1:499-505. P. A. & Boraston, R. E. B. Griffiths, B. Meignier, Buttervvorth- Heinemann) pp 742- 744. 44 Harvest Titre (mg/l) <> 10 20 O G° oo o 10 40 Figure 1 b 0 20 [ 401- 60 80" loot 120P 20 o o O 15 20 25 CELL GENERATIONS 8 30 J Θ 0 250 f i M MSX oog ° O 35 θ Figure 2 20 0 I I Θo ° 10 ° «

The individual expression levels and the percentage of cell lines expressing CD4lgG at levels higher than 1mg/L are given in the diagram. Fig. 9 kb A-type sequence insert: CD4lgG expression levels of clones (left) and percentage of clonal cell lines with expression better than (right). Co AB Co BA IAP AB IAP BA co AB coBA IAP AB IAP BA The A-type sequence increased the frequency of clones with excellent expression, however the orientation of the A-type- 38 sequence did not effect the expression levels in randomly selected clones.

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