I already received a couple of replies.
* mammalian cells:
mentions several mammalian cell lines, including CHO, HEK239, and COS.
Apparently, Lec8 have been used, too.
* stable S2 insect cells
* baculovirus expression system
* in addition to E.coli, P. aeruginosa was also mentioned.
Thanks to everyone who replied.
On Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 01:25:56PM +0100, Tim Gruene wrote:
> Dear all,
> since I am currenty preparing a lecture on crystallography I am wondering about
> the status quo of the production of SeMet proteins.
> In 2003, if I remember correctly, it was possible to express SeMet proteins in
> E.coli and insect cells.
> Has this been extended to other systems, and if so, which ones?
> Thanks a lot,
> Tim Gruene
> Institut fuer anorganische Chemie
> Tammannstr. 4
> D-37077 Goettingen
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