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metabion international AG

Lena-Christ-Strasse 44/I
Martinsried (near Munich), 82152
Germany

Phone: +49 89 899363-0
Fax: +49 89 899363-11
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Description:

metaBIOn is a “one-stop-shop” in the field of molecular biology, with products ranging from custom synthesis to biochemicals. Founded in September 1997 as a company for applied biotechnology in Martinsried near Munich, metaBIOn has managed to become one of the leading biotechnology custom synthesis services, offering a wide range of different biomolecules (DNA oligonucleotides, PTO oligonucleotides, ZNATM oligonucleotides, RNA oligonucleotides, peptides, polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies etc.) designed for the scientist’s specific application.

For a consistently high quality standard, metaBIOn’s oligo production is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001 and EN ISO 13485 regulations, allowing a strict quality control at every synthesis and purification step, assuring permanent and constant high quality products and ultimately benefiting the customer.

Due to the excellent expertise of metaBIOn’s highly qualified chemists, biologists and technicians, we can offer a huge assortment of standard and modified oligonucleotides in single tubes or 96/ 384 well plates for all kinds of applications, including antisense studies. For quantitative PCR experiments, metaBIOn offers ‘tailor made’ real-time PCR probes for all real-time cycler platforms on the market. metaBIOn is officially licensed to produce LightCycler™ probes for Roche’s LightCycler™ technology, as one of only five companies worldwide and has recently signed a licence agreement with Polyplus transfection to produce ZNATM oligonucleotides.

It is and will always be a challenge for our highly motivated and skilled experts in oligonucleotide synthesis to determine the best solution, optimal design and purity specifications for any modification and application.

In addition to our custom synthesis of oligonucleotides, metaBIOn offers a broad range of biochemicals, incl. purification kits, enzymes, dNTPs (with/ without modifications), realtime Mixes and DNA Marker. Successfully translating highest quality standards into daily practice is the core of metaBIOn´s business philosophy and key to its popularity at the same time. Careful evaluation and implementation of new and promising technologies and products are complementing metabion´s progressive and innovative approach, which is driven the slogan:

quality is primary, trust is principle.

 

Products:

-          DNA oligos (with / without various modifications in tubes or plates)
-          RNA oligos (with / without various modifications)
-          Real-time PCR probes (incl. LightCycler™ probes)
-          Peptides, Peptide-Arrays-          Polyclonal antibodies
-          Monoclonal antibodies (new!)
-          Custom recombinant proteins (new!)
-          Yomics™ (new!)
-          DNA purification kits
-          dNTP
-          DNA marker
-          Polymerases (also as ready to use mixes)
-          Restriction enzymes



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Last update of this entry: September 29, 2015

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