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Enzymax LLC

870 Corporate Dr., Suite 201
Lexington, KY 40503
United States of America, Kentucky

Phone: 859-219-8482
Fax: 859-219-0563
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Enzymax LLC was founded in 2002 in Lexington, Kentucky by two scientists in DNA repair field.  We specialized in protein engineering technology and provide project specific custom protein purification service by using our proprietary protein expression system.   We have developed a series of expression vectors for those hard to purify proteins, such as low expression and insoluble proteins.  We also manufacture unique proteins and become the only source available in the world. 

In Addition, we also manufacture a new line of micro spin columns and filters for DNA, RNA, IP, and Co-IP on the market.  The advanced design of the Micro Spin columns has eliminated problems associated with dead volume and buffer retention, resulting in increased DNA/RNA recovery and purity (100%), as well as minimizing the elution volume to as low as 5 ml.   Using Micro Spin columns, DNA/RNA can be isolated directly from single colony or other small samples such as saliva or 96-well microplate.  Micro Spin columns can identical solutions as Mini Spin columns from all commercial suppliers, but only use 1/3 or 1/10 volume of each solution.  The yield is from ng to 20ug.

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