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Genlantis, a division of Gene Therapy Systems, Inc. is located in San Diego, California. Genlantis designs, develops and commercializes biological reagents for life scientists worldwide. The Company is focused on the development of protein expression tools as well as efficient delivery technologies for both in vitro and in vivo applications.
Genlantis offers a comprehensive line of specialty products that include the EpiGold™ Protein Enrichment Kits, GenePORTER® transfection products for gene delivery and plasmid DNA, NeuroPORTER® reagent for optimized transfection of neuronal cells and GeneSilencer® reagent useful in the delivery of SiRNA for inhibiting gene expression (Gene Silencing) in mammalian cells.
In addition, the patented Tap Express™ and Xi-Clone™ Instant Enzymeless PCR Cloning technologies offer scientists the ability to design experiments involving hundreds or even thousands of proteins simultaneously at a very reasonable cost. These patented technologies allow the rapid generation of proteins from complex infectious organisms such as malaria, tuberculosis, anthrax, smallpox virus, Chlamydia, helicobacter, and many more.
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Genlantis, a division of Gene Therapy Systems, Inc. is located in San Diego, California. Genlantis designs, develops and commercializes biological reagents for life scientists worldwide. The Company i...
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