Protein Expression Systems
Whether you need microgram quantities for functional assays or need milligram quantities for structural studies,biochemical and biophysical characterization of your protein, we can help. You have the choice of expressing your protein in 5 different expression systems.
By inserting the gene of interest into the viral vector, it is possible to transfect insect cell lines or complete insect organisms.
Adenoviral expression systems are increasingly being used as a mammalian cell expression vectors and in the production of recombinant vaccines as they have several advantages over other viral expression systems.
Mammalian cells provide, undoubtedly, the ultimate protein expression system, in terms of appropriate modification, folding, and transport of proteins, especially those intended for human use.
E. coli is a well-characterized and widely implemented expression system.
Yeasts provide an excellent expression system that shares the prokaryotes' potential for large-scale culture thanks to cheap and simple incubation conditions.
Insect expression systems can represent an adequate compromise between bacterial and mammalian systems.