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Bio-Xtal

227 route de la chapelle
Saint Felix, 74540
France

Phone: 00 33 4 50 10 18 44

Description:

Bio-Xtal is a biotechnology services company developing innovative tools and technology for the 3D structure determination of membrane proteins.

With 15 years' experience in the field of structural biology, our team confidently tackles the new challenges brought by our customers. Our scientists' dedication and creativity are our trademark. This allows Bioxtal to deliver more than the expected results whatever the challenges may be. Our determination allows us to offer a "no result- no fee" delivery i.e. we only charge if work is 100% completed.

Now the purification of membrane receptors has become a more realistic objective due to the progresses made the recent years in new generation of detergents and additives, a robust and competitive offer was still missing for highly expressing stable cell lines. Bio-Xtal is proud to offer the first catalogue dedicated to receptors over expressing cell lines perfectly suited for structural and biophysical characterisation applications. Our ambition is to offer you the highest standard of expression level for a broad range of functional receptors in form of stable cell lines and membrane preparations suitable for purification and related applications, including ligand binding assays, SPR, antibody selection, RMN and Xray crystallography.



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Last update of this entry: October 29, 2014

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