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Expression Systems LLC

2537 Second Street
United States of America, California
Toll free: 877-877-7421

Phone: 530-747-2035
Fax: 530-747-2034
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Expression Systems is a class I medical device manufacturer of insect and mammalian cell culture products that support expression of recombinant proteins, vaccines, and viral vectors. 


Headquartered in Davis, CA, Expression Systems offers a comprehensive array of products and services that facilitate construct design, virus amplification, and protein expression/purification - in a plug n play fashion and under GMP if required. 

Our facility is capable of providing media lots up to 5,000 Liters as well as cGMP production of protein therapeutics and vaccines for clinical applications.

Our main products are insect and mammalian cell culture media and molecular biology reagents (Baculovirus Expression Vector Systems) used for producing recombinant proteins of interest. In addition, the company provides general molecular biology and protein expression and purification services for customers that wish to outsource this capability or don’t have the internal capacity.

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