Stable Recombinant Cells
Customized mammalian cells with stable and homogenous transgene expression.
Our catalog of well-characterized cell lines and optimized cell culture products.
Functional Immortalized Cells
Expandable cells from any species and any tissue with physiologically relevant function.
- Immortalized MSC linein: Biotechnol Bioeng
Generation and characterization of a functional human adipose-derived multipotent mesenchymal stromal cell line.
- Linking lncRNAs and Cryptosporidium infectionin: J Immunol
Induction of lncRNA (NR_045064) facilitates cellular response against Cryptosporidium infection in a intestinal epithelial cell line.
- CI-SCREEN immortalisation technologyin: Nat Commun
Generation of multiple cell lines using our CI-SCREEN functional immortalisation technology and their detailed characterisation.
- SOT and ToxExpoMarch 15-19 2020Anaheim, CA, USA
Over 6,000 scientists and industry leaders meet to share the latest knowledge in toxicology.
- ELRIG Forum 2020March 5 2020Darmstadt, Germany
This year's event is focused on "Bioassay Development and Automation". International experts will come together to discuss lab automation, AI in assays development, phenotypic screens in advanced cell culture models and many more.
- H2020 SME Instrument funding
We were selected for HORIZON 2020 SME Instrument Phase 1 support for out project O-POINTED: Osteoarthritis patient cohorts in the dish, which are personalised cellular drug development tools for osteoarthritis precision medicine.
- Technology Transfer Award
Together with Dagmar Wirth from the Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, we received the IHK Technology Transfer Award for our technology to generate personalized cell lines for precision medicine.
Exactly the cells you need for your cell-based assay. Expression of any target to any level.
Rapid cell line generation within 8 to 10 weeks. No time-consuming large-scale clone screening necessary.
Customised cell line service. You have our full technical support even after the project is finished.