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Surface display systems have been developed to express target molecules on almost all types of biological entities from viruses to mammalian cells and on a variety of synthetic particles. Various approaches have been developed to achieve the display of many different target molecules, aiming at several technological and biomedical applications. Screening of libraries, delivery of drugs or antigens, bio-catalysis, sensing of pollutants and bioremediation are commonly considered as fields of potential application for surface display systems. In this review, the non-recombinant approach to display antigens and enzymes on the surface of bacterial spores is discussed. Examples of molecules displayed on the spore surface and their potential applications are summarized and a mechanism of display is proposed. Copyright © 2020. Published by Elsevier Inc.


Ezio Ricca, Loredana Baccigalupi, Rachele Isticato. Spore-adsorption: Mechanism and applications of a non-recombinant display system. Biotechnology advances. 2021 Mar-Apr;47:107693

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