RedVersIn: The fastest and most reliable red-light induced protein expression system for mammalian cells

RedVersIn provides an expression system that was specifically developed to match the high demands in the production of protein-based biopharmaceuticals in mammalian cells and is perfectly adapted to batch production systems. RedVersIn is also very useful in manufacturing proteins that are otherwise difficult to produce, especially for unstable and sensitive proteins as well as proteins that have cytotoxic or cytostatic properties. RedVersIn excels itself by a proven functionality in several of the industrially established mammalian cell lines and by being tunable and reversible with very fast reaction kinetics. RedVersIn is a reversible optically controlled gene expression system for mammalian cell systems based on the redlight-controlled Phytochrome. It allows an easy and powerful spatiotemporally induction of gene expression in cells, tissues and organisms.

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Dipl.-Biol. Marcus Lehnen, MBA

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