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How to Understand Recombinant Protein?

Biotechnology recombinant protein is a way to study the functions and interactions of proteins. This is done by isolating a target protein sequence and then to convey into a cloning vector that has the ability to self-replicate.

The recombinant protein is transferred into RNA, which in turn produces the recombinant protein. The recombinant protein made from cloned protein sequences encoding an enzyme normally or protein with known function. Thus, recombinant proteins are a new combination of genes forming protein.

The recombinant proteins made by genetic engineering, also called gene splicing or recombinant protein. By placing the animal, human or plant genes in the genetic material of bacteria, recombinant protein production in yeast, insect or mammalian cells, these microorganisms can be used as factories or producers to make proteins for academic, medical and research uses. A vector is just a tool for the manipulation of protein and can be seen as a “transport vehicleâ€; recombinant protein production by specific protein sequences cloned therein.

Recombinant protein is a protein whose protein has been created artificially. Protein from two or more sources incorporated into a single recombinant molecule. The protein is first treated with a recombinant enzyme which end edges of the cut piece have protruding single-stranded protein. These are called “sticky endsâ€; because it is able to base pair with any protein molecule containing the complementary sticky end. Recombinant protein must be repeated several times to provide material for analysis and sequencing.

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