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Canvax Biotech

Parque Científico y Tecnológico Rabanales 21, c/A
Córdoba
Spain

Phone: +34 957 348 066

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Canvax is a leading manufacturer and supplier of the most innovative solutions, kits and R&D Reagents inside Molecular Biology fields. Since its foundation in 2001, Canvax offers reliable, cost-effective and easy-to-use innovative tools for research.

Based in Córdoba (Spain), since its beginning it has focused on R&D of multiplex high throughput platforms (HTS) for Drug discovery and Diagnostic applied biosensors. Over a decade later, Canvax is a worldwide leading expert in GPCR expression in heterologous cells, with important patents and exclusive know-how. Canvax prides itself to be the first company to get an unprecedented milestone that could revolutionize the Diagnostics sector: Canvax established stable high-level expression of odour GPCRs into heterologous cell lines in 2014.

Inside its portfolio, Canvax offers innovative tools inside DNA Cloning, expression vectors, GPCR Clones, Nucleic Acid Purification Kits, Proteins, PCR products, Buffers & Reagents and services like HTS or Protein Expression. 



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