Fast-Express: One-Step-System for inducible protein-expression in human cell lines

Scientists at the University of Cologne have developed a new inducible expression system, which is easy to use, reliable and very fast. The System is based on the findings published by Yao et al. 1998 (Human Gene Therapy 9: 1939-1950) and improved in simplicity and time saving.

Problems in common inducible systems with long selection times, high background and poor reproducibility have been solved. Fast-Express give researchers access to a rapid, new regulated, high-level gene expression system. A good efficacy of Fast-Express has been demonstrated in various cell lines and for different targets.

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