In-Stock Ready-To-Use Recombinant Proteins

Recombinant Proteins Ready to Produce Your Desired Cell Type and Effect

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Our Collection

Recombinant proteins allow researchers to develop targeted therapies and personalized treatments. Produced using genetic engineering techniques, these synthetic proteins help precision medicine researchers identify drug targets, discover biomarkers, and develop targeted therapies. By using recombinant proteins, researchers can more quickly understand disease mechanisms and translate that knowledge into effective and individualized medical treatments.

Our team has assembled five different recombinant proteins ready for research and development. Need help determining which volume and recombinant protein is right for your research?  Contact our team to discuss your research. 

Recombinant Protein SelectionVolumes Available
Recombinant Human Interleukin-4 (Human IL-4)10 μg; 50 μg
Recombinant Mouse Stem Cell Factor (Mouse SCF)10 μg; 50 μg
Recombinant Human Insulin-like Growth Factor I (IGF-1)10 μg; 50 μg
Recombinant Murine FLT-3 Ligand10 μg; 50 μg
Recombinant Sulfate Adenylyltransferase (ATP-sulfurylase)10 μg; 50 μg

Recombinant Protein Production

Recombinant proteins are proteins that are engineered by combining genetic material from different sources. The process involves introducing a specific gene, often from one organism, into the genetic material of another organism, resulting in the production of a protein not normally found in that host organism. Our five standard recombinant proteins are predesigned for a specific gene of interest. If you are interested in recombinant protein service to produce a custom production, our cloning team can help. If you have questions about our in-stock recombinant proteins’ GOI, protein expression, or other technical questions, contact our team.

Recombinant Protein Use in Precision Medicine

Recombinant proteins can be used for a variety of applications across molecular biology, precision medicine, and cell and gene therapy. Learn more about recombinant protein applications.

Want to learn more about the latest in recombinant protein research? Our colleagues at ScienceDirect and the Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News continuously collect and publish the latest information and research.

Primary mouse embryonic fibroblasts recombinant protein shake flask laboratory production