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Generally the objective of the ﬁrst stage of screening is to rapidly evaluate a large number of cells, using the smallest possible number of cells per evaluation, to ﬁnd the highest producers. 30 Shen et al. Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorting-Based Methods The number of clones that need to be screened in order to identify members of the population with acceptably high productivity will be determined by the ability of the chemical selection method to ﬁnd high producers within the transfected population and=or the availability of a rapid high throughput screen for cell line evaluation.
Stable Expression Systems DNA containing the product gene must be integrated into the host cell genome for stable product production. Besides promoter strength, the frequency of DNA integration into the chromosome (copy number) as well as the position of integration, rather than the transfection efﬁciency are the more important factors in determining overall expression levels. There are no differences in transfection methods per se between transient and stable transfection. What does differ is the need to identify and select cells that have integrated the plasmid into the genome.
However, CHO and BHK cells lack the ability to provide certain structures normally found on some human glycoproteins, including terminal sialic acid residues attached in an a-2,6 linkage to galactose or a bisecting GlcNAc residue. Since the nature of the protein itself as well as the cell culture conditions also greatly inﬂuence the quality of the glycans attached to any given recombinant protein (14), the choice of cell line that provides acceptable product quality needs to be made in practice on a proteinby-protein basis.