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A fast route from gene to protein

A new in vitro protein expression technology enables the easy and flexible expression of proteins at high yields in cell-free system.

Dr Burkhard Ziebolz, Roche Diagnostics (September 2003)

Keywords: biopharm, bioreactor, genetic engineering, microbial, cell culture, cell separation, genetics, genomics, biosensors, molecular biology, microbiological testing, microbiology, protein engineering, oligonucleotides, collaboration, biotech research, company news, events, biomedical, industry, government, life sciences, education, investor, publications, medicine, medical, genes, genetic, engineering, recombinant, cell therapy, microbiology, pharmacology, sequencing, bioengineering, chromosome, genetics, protein, CAT, galactosidase, NPT, immunofluorescense, antibody, chromatography, filtration, nucleotide, m13, lambda, instaprep, perfectprep, bigprep, PerfectRNA, subventions, Roche Diagnostics

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