pDG Helper & Packaging plasmids for AAV production now exclusively available from PlasmidFactory
The plasmids of the pDG family for the production of AAV are available in different serotypes and are immediately available from PlasmidFactory's In Stock service at any time.
The German Cancer Research Center (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum, DKFZ) is the largest biomedical research institute in Germany and is a member of the Helmholtz Association of National Research Centers. More than 2,000 staff members, including 850 scientists, are investigating the mechanisms of cancer and are working to identify cancer risk factors. They provide the foundations for developing novel approaches in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. In addition, the staff of the Cancer Information Service (KID) offers information about the widespread disease of cancer for patients, their families, and the general public. The Center is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (90%) and the State of Baden-Württemberg (10%).
About PlasmidFactory GmbH & Co. KG
PlasmidFactory is relieving the scientist of the daily routine tasks. In its laboratories the company is producing highquality plasmid DNA meeting the individual requirements of the research scientist.
Besides contract manufacturing of plasmid DNA and minicircle DNA, PlasmidFactory is also offering genesynthesis and geneoptimisation. The socalled "In Stock products‟ are complementing the product portfolio: these plasmids are always in stock and are usually shipped within 48 hours of order. Presently the following In Stock products are available: various reportergene plasmids and minicircles, pDG plasmids for the AAV virus production and pEPI plasmids with S/MAR elements.
PlasmidFactory‟s research and development as well as its complete service branches are based in Germany. With various projects sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) plus European research cooperations, PlasmidFactory is the driving force in the development of gene vectors. Respectively the company is working in close cooperation with many renowned institutions such as the German Cancer Research Institute (DKFZ) in Heidelberg, the University of Munich, the Charité Berlin and the Institut Pasteur to name just a few.