Supramolecular protein cages constructed from a crystalline protein matrix

Hashiru Negishi, Satoshi Abe, Keitaro Yamashita, Kunio Hirata, Kento Niwase, Marion Boudes, Fasséli Coulibaly, Hajime Mori, Takafumi Ueno

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Abstract

Protein crystals are formed via ordered arrangements of proteins, which assemble to form supramolecular structures. Here, we show a method for the assembly of supramolecular protein cages within a crystalline environment. The cages are stabilized by covalent cross-linking allowing their release via dissolution of the crystal. The high stability of the desiccated protein crystals allows cages to be constructed.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1988-1991
Number of pages4
JournalChemical Communications
Volume54
Issue number16
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2018

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Negishi, H., Abe, S., Yamashita, K., Hirata, K., Niwase, K., Boudes, M., ... Ueno, T. (2018). Supramolecular protein cages constructed from a crystalline protein matrix. Chemical Communications, 54(16), 1988-1991. https://doi.org/10.1039/c7cc08689j
Negishi, Hashiru ; Abe, Satoshi ; Yamashita, Keitaro ; Hirata, Kunio ; Niwase, Kento ; Boudes, Marion ; Coulibaly, Fasséli ; Mori, Hajime ; Ueno, Takafumi. / Supramolecular protein cages constructed from a crystalline protein matrix. In: Chemical Communications. 2018 ; Vol. 54, No. 16. pp. 1988-1991.
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Negishi, H, Abe, S, Yamashita, K, Hirata, K, Niwase, K, Boudes, M, Coulibaly, F, Mori, H & Ueno, T 2018, 'Supramolecular protein cages constructed from a crystalline protein matrix' Chemical Communications, vol. 54, no. 16, pp. 1988-1991. https://doi.org/10.1039/c7cc08689j

Supramolecular protein cages constructed from a crystalline protein matrix. / Negishi, Hashiru; Abe, Satoshi; Yamashita, Keitaro; Hirata, Kunio; Niwase, Kento; Boudes, Marion; Coulibaly, Fasséli; Mori, Hajime; Ueno, Takafumi.

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