Genes and strains
Gene synthesis based on codon preference of each host, molecular techniques using restriction enzymes and gene transfer are an integral part of recombinant enzyme production. These steps, apart from their costs, are demanding process. To facilitate these stages and also reduce the costs and time of research, Dana Co. provides and offers some easy-to-use products and services at three levels; proteins expression in lab and large scale, synthesized and prepared nucleotide sequences and supplying transformed hosts.
The below hosts are bacterial and yeast strains used to produce recombinant proteins. Depending on the type of strain, their production capacity is laboratory, semi-industrial and in some cases industrial.
|Expression Host||Hansenulla polymorpha KL8||1|
|Expression Host||Pichia pastoris X33 (Humanized glycosylation )||2|
|Expression Host||Pichia pastoris x33||3|
|Expression Host||Pichia pastoris||4|
|Expression Host||Arxula adeninivorans||5|
|Expression Host||Ecoli BL21||6|
|Expression Host||Ecoli DH5α||7|