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Selexis SA to Give Away Euro 25,000 SUREvariant Screening Service Project at BIO 2011
Date:6/24/2011

nant protein variant of interest
  • Transfer to contest winner Selexis SUREnatant for each Selexis SUREpool
  • Program value of over euro 25,000

  • Contest Project Scope Includes:

    • Standard DNA cloning into Selexis SUREtech Vectors™
    • Transfection using Selexis SUREfection Procedures™
    • Stable pool selection using Selexis SURE procedures
    • Shipment of Selexis SUREnatants to contest winner

    Contest Program Conditions:

    • Contest winner will supply genes of interest in format which can be directly cloned into Selexis SUREtech Vectors
    • Other terms and conditions apply – see a Selexis Business Development representative at the Selexis booth for details
    • No purchase necessary to enter
    • Limit one entry per company

    Selexis will be exhibiting in booth number #1906 located in Hall A – Discovery Zone (http://e.mybio.zerista.com/exhibitor/member/17326). For the exhibit hall schedule, visit: http://e.mybio.zerista.com/event/print  

    About Selexis SUREvariant Screening™

    Selexis' SUREvariant Screening™ accelerates and improves outcomes from displayed library selection campaigns by reducing the time and the number of steps to identify potential lead candidates. The SUREvariant Screening™ platform used at Selexis can generate panels of up to 500 CHO-M cell pools (SUREpools™), each expressing different protein variants. Typical expression levels in the supernatants (SUREnatants™) for MAbs vary between 50-500 mg/L. The SUREnatants™ containing the recombinant proteins expressed with mammalian post-translational mo
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