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Starch granules containing a recombinant polypeptide of interest, method for obtaining same and uses

Reference

84152-01

Patents status

French patent application: FR9906494 filed on May 21st, 1999, entitled “Grains d’amidon contenant un polypeptide recombinant d’intérêt, leur procédé d’obtention, et leurs utilisations”.

Inventors

Stevens BALL
Christophe D’HULST

commercial status

Exclusive or non-exclusive licenses

Laboratory

Unité de glycobiologie structurale et fonctionnelle (UGSF, UMR8576), Lille, France.

Description

CONTEXT

The invention concerns starch granules containing a hybrid polypeptide between a starch-synthase and a recombinant polypeptide of interest, the nucleotide sequences used for obtaining same, methods for preparing them and their uses, particularly in pharmaceutical compositions.

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

The invention concerns starch granules containing a hybrid polypeptide between a starch-synthase and a recombinant polypeptide of interest, the nucleotide sequences used for obtaining same, methods for preparing them and their uses, particularly in pharmaceutical compositions.

INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

The main application of this invention is to provide a method of preparation of a recombinant polypeptide of interest starting from these starch granules, especially for pharmaceutical composition or for foodstuffs.

 


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