A structured kinetic model for recombinant protein production by Mut(+) strain of Pichia pastoris

2009-12-01
Celik, Eda
Çalık, Pınar
Oliver, Stephen G.
A structured kinetic biochemical model for Pichia pastoris growth and recombinant protein production, able to predict r-protein production and optimize the feeding strategy is reported. Pichia pastoris was divided into three compartments, the recombinant product human erythropoietin (rHuEPO) was considered in one compartment, alcohol oxidase and extracellular protease enzymes were assembled in the enzymatic compartment, and rest of the cell components (including intracellular proteases) were gathered in the cellular compartment. After parameter identification by the simplex method, sensitivity analysis was carried out to confirm that the global optimum values were reached for the parameters of the model. The model successfully simulated the dynamic changes and the resulting rHuEPO production caused by variations in methanol feeding rate, even in the lag and the stationary phases. The model successfully predicted the optimal feeding strategies and has great potential for use in process simulation and control of glycosylated recombinant protein production by Pichia pastoris cells.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE

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Citation Formats
E. Celik, P. Çalık, and S. G. Oliver, “A structured kinetic model for recombinant protein production by Mut(+) strain of Pichia pastoris,” CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE, pp. 5028–5035, 2009, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/41730.