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InvivoGen

3950 Sorrento Valley Blvd, Suite A
San Diego, 92121
United States of America, California
Toll free: 888.457.5873

Phone: 858.457.5873
Fax: 858.457.5843

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Description:

InvivoGen develops and commercializes services and reagents for scientific research in life sciences.

InvivoGen is the supplier of products for the study of innate immunity, mainly Toll-like Receptor response.
Our products include
SEAP-expressing mammalian cells (HEK-Blue™, B16-Blue™...) engineered to respond to various TLR ligands and cytokines.

InvivoGen is also producer of selection antibiotics for gene delivery experiment like hygromycin, blasticidin, G418, Zeocin™, and renowned mycoplasma removal agent : Plasmocin™.

InvivoGen also proposes cloning vectors, ready-to-use mammalian genes, promoter collection and pFUSE, a plasmid collection designed to facilitate the construction of fc-fusion proteins.

 



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Last update of this entry: February 18, 2011

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