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A Generic Protocol For Intracellular Expression Of Recombinant Proteins In Bacillus Subtilis.

T. Phan, P. Huynh, T. Truong, H. Nguyen
Published 2017 · Medicine, Chemistry

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Bacillus subtilis (B. subtilis) is a potential and attractive host for the production of recombinant proteins. Different expression systems for B. subtilis have been developed recently, and various target proteins have been recombinantly synthesized and purified using this host. In this chapter, we introduce a generic protocol to express a recombinant protein in B. subtilis. It includes protocols for (1) using our typical expression vector (plasmid pHT254) to introduce a target gene, (2) transformation of the target vector into B. subtilis, and (3) evaluation of the actual expression of a recombinant protein.
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