Regulatable Gene Expression In Bacterial Cells Using A 2-methylcitrate-resposive Prpbcde Promoter

Inducible expression systems are essential molecular tools for production of recombinant proteins. Although there are currently a number of protein expression systems available, there is a need to develop new systems that allow for tighter regulation and higher yield. This invention provides compositions and methods for an inducible protein expression system in E. coli based on a novel propionate inducible promoter. Javed Afzal jafzal@berkeley.edu 510-643-7201

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