Mammalian (non-human) Cell Lines

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  • Published date: November 16, 2016
  • Modified date: July 13, 2017
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Creative Biolabs develops various stable mammalian cell lines including non-human mammalian cell lines and human cell lines for recombinant protein expression. These expression systems are able to produce post-translation modifications which closely resemble those in humans, outside of human expression systems. Various biotherapeutics including antibodies, enzymes, cytokines, hormones and clotting factors that have been licensed in the United States and Europe are produced by non-human mammalian expression systems. http://www.gmp-creativebiolabs.com/mammalian-non-human-cell-lines_22.htm

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