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posted 04-07-2009 03:50 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for capitalbio   Click Here to Email capitalbio     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote

Fast and Efficient Immortalization of Primary Cells

Capital Biosciences is offering new service for theimmortalization of primary cells.We employ the most comprehensive cell immortalization products that comprise of recombinant retroviruses and adenoviruses expressing hTERT, Myc, p53, Rb, Ras, and SV40 T antigens. All these tools make our cell immortalization process simpler and easier than ever before. We can significantly extendreplicative capacityof your target cells.

  • Read more about this service

  • We work with cells from the following tissues:

    Brain Liver Lung Ovarian Pancreas Prostate Skin Thoracic aorta Umbilical Cord


  • All procedures are performed in the state-of-the-art facility

  • Every project is designed and handled by experienced scientists

  • At least two different systems will be tested

  • Guaranteed >95% of cell population containing stably integrated gene that induces immortalization

  • Turn around (2-3 months)

  • Highly competitive price

  • Detailed documentation of analysis

  • [This message has been edited by capitalbio (edited 04-07-2009).]

    [This message has been edited by capitalbio (edited 04-07-2009).]


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