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In the article, C&EN Associate Editor Jyllian Kemsley
notes that genetically-engineered E. coli bacteria are increasingly
used to produce protein-based drugs for a variety of diseases. However,
these proteins are often not usable because they become trapped in
large, insoluble clumps called “inclusion bodies.” Current methods to
extract proteins trapped in these clumps involve breaking down the
clumps chemically and refolding the proteins, a process that is
inefficient and sometimes destroys the desired protein.
In the article, Kemsley describes new research insights into the
structure and formation of these unusual clumps that could lead to
their prevention. Scientists, for instance, have discovered evidence
that inclusion bodies form due to interactions between molecular
structures called beta-sheets and that clumping could be prevented by
preventing beta-sheet interactions.
Source: News release from American Chemical Society on October 13, 2008.
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