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Addition of the lactose analogue IPTG (isopropyl-β-D-thiogalactopyranoside) to the culture media causes release of the © 2008, Woodhead Publishing Limited 16 Biologically inspired textiles repressor and thus transcription of the gene and protein production. , 1987; Hochuli, 1988; Hochuli, 1990). However, E. coli cells have been reported to have difficulties handling repetitive DNA sequences (recombination and deletion). , 1998). The E. coli system was also depicted as limited because of the observed premature termination errors of protein synthesis when attempting to produce proteins containing more than 1000 amino acids (Fahnestock and Irwin, 1997).
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