In silico and in vivo analysis of signal peptides effect on recombinant glucose oxidase production in nonconventional yeast Yarrowia lipolytica
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Signal peptide (SP) is an important factor and biobrick in the production and secretion of recombinant proteins. The aim of this study was in silico and in vivo analysis of SPs effect on the production of recombinant glucose oxidase (GOX) in Yarrowia lipolytica. Several in silico softwares, namely SignalP4, Signal-CF, Phobius, WolfPsort 0.2, SOLpro and ProtParam, were used to analyse the potential of 15 endogenous and exogenous SPs for the secretion of recombinant GOX in Y. lipolytica. According to in silico results, the SP of GOX was predicted as suitable in terms of high secretory potential and of protein solubility and stability which is chosen for in vivo analysis. The recombinant Y. lipolytica strain produced 280 U/L of extracellular GOX after 7 days in YPD medium. The results show that the SP of GOX can be applied to efficient production of extracellular heterologous proteins and metabolic engineering in Y. lipolytica.
KeywordsYarrowia lipolytica Signal peptide In silico In vivo Glucose oxidase
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