BacuVance™ Baculovirus Expression System
GenScript's BacuVance™ baculovirus expression system was developed by our in-house team of scientists for virus production and expression of recombinant proteins from baculovirus-infected insect cells. As the largest gene synthesis supplier in the U.S., GenScript can provide you with free, advanced codon optimization specific to Sf9, Sf21, Hi-5, and S2 insect cell lines, to further enhance the expression of your protein.
There are several advantages of using baculovirus expression system over E. coli system, such as improved solubility, ability to incorporate post-translational modifications, and higher yields for secreted proteins. For customers who prefer a eukaryotic expression system, are exploring lower-cost alternatives to mammalian expression system but do not want to compromise on the overall quality of their recombinant protein, we strongly recommend considering our BacuVance™ baculovirus expression system. Using our baculovirus expression system we can establish the best possible protocol for your custom project and then scale up to get the highest expression of your target protein. Alternatively, if you are looking for a fail-safe option for insect protein production at a competitive price, visit the InsectPower™ guaranteed protein page to learn more.
Package details of BacuVance™ Baculovirus Expression System (SC1810)
*QC: SDS-PAGE will be performed to determine protein purity. BCA or Bradford assay will be used to measure protein concentration and Western blot using anti-His or anti-GST antibodies will be performed, to determine protein identity. LC-MS/MS peptide mapping will be used in addition to Western Blot, to determine protein identity (if necessary)
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Package details of BacuVance™ baculovirus preparation services (SC1840)
GenScript's recombinant baculovirus preparation services provide guaranteed, consistent batch-to-batch virus. We provide titered, highly infectious virus stocks, ready-to-use along with detailed storage protocols.