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Arming yeast

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  1. cells are budding yeast cells covered with proteins, the gene sequences for which have been determined

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  2. Proteins are displayed on the surface of budding yeast cells genetically as fusion proteins with the C-terminal half of α-agglutinin

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  3. This yeast is called arming yeast. α-agglutinin is the most outer surface protein and is fixed to the cell walls by addition of β-1,6-glucan, which is the main component of cell walls, to a GPI anchor, which is an anchor to connect β-1,6-glucan wi

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  4. As a result, the displayed proteins are the most outer surface proteins

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  5. The biological process is as follows

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