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Recombinant proteins are primarily produced from cultures of mammalian, insect, and bacteria cells. In recent years, the development of deconstructed virus-based vectors has allowed plants to become a viable platform

Recombinant proteins are primarily produced from cultures of mammalian, insect, and bacteria cells. In recent years, the development of deconstructed virus-based vectors has allowed plants to become a viable platform for recombinant protein production, with advantages in versatility, speed, cost, scalability, and safety over the current production paradigms. In this paper, we review the recent progress in the methodology of agroinfiltration, a solution to overcome the challenge of transgene delivery into plant cells for large-scale manufacturing of recombinant proteins.

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    • 2014-11-30
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1155/2015/932161
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    Chen, Qiang, & Lai, Huafang (2015). Gene Delivery into Plant Cells for Recombinant Protein Production. BIOMED RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL, Volume 2015: 932161. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/932161

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