Yeast is an eukaryotic organism that is closer to the expression systems of plants and animals. It also undergoes processes such as glycosylation, disulfide bond formation, and protein folding, translation, and post-processing, which enable the protein functions encoded by the screened plant genes to function normally and greatly reduce the probability of false positives for multiple stress resistance genes.
Using yeast to detect the expression of soluble proteins in a stress system can help yeast overcome stress. Screening of resistance related genes within the genome was conducted through resistance gradient experiments, and bioinformatics analysis was conducted on the screening results to classify and classify these resistance genes.
Drug resistance: research on molecular mechanisms of drug resistance in medical organisms, etc
Heavy metals: research on biological heavy metal remediation mechanisms, etc
Stress resistance: research on functional proteins of biological stress resistance, etc
Our company provides a project to quickly screen multiple stress-resistant genes in organisms using yeast. Based on gene homology recombination, yeast mutants that are sensitive to various stress conditions are screened, and various animal and plant materials' cDNA libraries are quickly screened for stress-resistant genes that are resistant to various stress conditions, and functional phenotypic validation is performed..