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Leenhouts; Cornelis J.
Haren, NL
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7312311 Attaching substances to microorganisms December 25, 2007
The invention relates to surface display of proteins on microorganisms via the targeting and anchoring of heterologous proteins to the outer surface of cells such as yeast, fungi, mammalian, plant cells, and bacteria. The invention provides a proteinaceous substance comprising a reactive
7067639 Method to provide bacterial ghosts provided with antigens June 27, 2006
Methods for improving binding of a proteinaceous substance to cell-wall material of a Gram-positive bacterium are disclosed. The proteinaceous substance includes an AcmA cell-wall binding domain, homolog or functional derivative thereof. The method includes treating the cell-wall mat
5627072 Food-grade vector suitable for transforming a food-grade host cell use of said vector for transf May 6, 1997
A food-grade vector is provided which is suitable for transforming a food-grade host cell and is incapable of replicating autonomously in the host cell due to deletion of the replicase gene.

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