Fusion Protein Modeling Service

Fusion of two genes (BCR-ABL) to encode a recombinant oncogenic protein.

Fusion protein a group of proteins that mediate the fusion of the two plasma membranes, as one of the two glycoproteins contained in the outer leaflet of the viral lipid bilayer mediates the fusion of the viral envelope with the host cell plasma membrane. Another glycoprotein is hemagglutinin ceramidase. Two different proteins can be linked into a large molecule, either chemically or by the fusion of genes. Figure shows the fusion of two genes (BCR-ABL) to encode a recombinant oncogenic protein.

Workflow for predicting the structure of fusion proteins

Step 1: Determine the vectors.

Step 2: Make sure the necessary conditions for plasmid expression vectors are met, including selection markers, origins of replication, promoters, start codons, multiple cloning sites, and transcription terminators.

Step 3: The T7 promoter system is a commonly used expression system, containing the T7 promoter, ribosome binding site, start codon, multiple cloning site and transcription terminator.

Step 4: The RNA polymerase of the T7 promoter is expressed in the genome of a special strain. The polymerase gene is integrated into the bacterial genome in the phage lysogen pathway and induced by IPTG.

Step 5: After constructing the fusion protein gene on the expression vector, it is transferred into the host bacteria, and the fusion protein is expressed under the induction of IPTG.

Workflow for predicting the structure of fusion proteins. Figure 2. Workflow for predicting the structure of fusion proteins.

Our fusion protein modeling service

Project name Fusion protein modeling
Samples requirements Our fusion protein modeling requires you to provide specific requirements.
Detection cycle Decide according to your needs.
Service including We provide you with raw data and modeling results.
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  • Our structural modeling program requires the selection of two protein components to be fused, the structure of which is known, or computationally modeled using appropriately selected templates.
  • The connection between the two fusion partners and the joint or domain insertion strategy is then used to create the initial fusion model.
  • Afterwards, the final model is generated by calculating the conformation of the region that bridges the fusion partner, thereby allowing the protein domains to move, rotate and interact to achieve a stable conformation.

Features

  • Knowledge-based fusion strategy.
  • Intensive sampling of flexible regions between fused components.
  • Optimizing the final model to eliminate spatial conflicts.
  • Include ligands, cofactors and water in the model
  • Predictions of physical properties.
  • Quality assessment through multiple standards.
  • Modeling protocol can be customized according to experimental design.

experimental design

ComputaBio uses computational modeling methods to help customers predict the three-dimensional structure of the target fusion protein. We have extensive experience in computational protein modeling technology and always ensure that the physical and chemical compatibility and prediction of fusion partners can be tested in laboratory experiments. The obtained models are all quality verified and can be used for downstream computational simulation, as well as for the design and engineering design of new fusion proteins with desired functions. Our team of experts can provide accurate modeling of the system you choose, so you don’t have to worry about technical issues. If you need fusion protein modeling service, please feel free to contact us.

We provide a variety of Protein Structure Modeling, but not limited to:

* It should be noted that our service is only used for research, not for clinical use.

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