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Polyclonal antibody services now are equipped with online quotation system for the first time.

GenScript Launches Online Quotation System for Polyclonal Antibody Service

Piscataway, NJ | Posted on November 18th, 2010

Internationally recognized biology contract research organization GenScript USA Inc. has developed and launched an online quotation system for its polyclonal antibody services to enhance customers' user experiences online and serves as a value added feature.

The newly launched online quotation system for polyclonal antibody services is the first in the industry. The system allows customers to easily communicate with GenScript regarding their specific needs for the polyclonal antibody services. On one hand the system provides customer with fast quotation results, on the other it is designed to provide alternative solutions to both standardize the communication with clients and avoid mistakes.

"GenScript's online quotation system for polyclonal antibody services is the distillation of our years of past experience with polyclonal antibody projects." commented David Chang, director of GenScript's Antibody Department, "Almost all possible scenarios are outlined, which is very likely to increase the chances for us to deliver satisfactory results."

GenScript has an AAALAC accredited animal facility and is able to produce polyclonal antibodies in rabbit, mouse, rat, chicken, goat, and many other species. With the help of proprietary technologies including OptimumAntigenTM design tool, T-MaxTM adjuvant, and nanotechnology, GenScript is able to deliver polyclonal antibodies with guaranteed high quality.

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About GenScript
GenScript is a contract research organization (CRO) specialized in biological research and early-phase drug discovery services. Its service portfolio includes bio-reagent services, assay development & screening, lead optimization, and antibody drug development. The renowned one-stop bioreagent services include custom gene synthesis and molecular biology, custom protein expression and purification, custom peptide synthesis, antibody production, and custom cell line development.

Headquartered in Piscataway, New Jersey, GenScript is the largest gene synthesis supplier in the USA, with subsidiaries in France, Japan, and China.

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Sally Wang
Executive Vice President
GENSCRIPT USA Inc.
1-(732) 885-9188

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