Creative BioMart is committed to providing advanced tools for protein expression and purification. As a leading supplier for reagents in the biotechnology field, we understand the importance of convenient and easy-to-use systems for high level expression and sample purification. We invite you to review our growing range of expression systems resulting from our experience in cloning, overexpression and purification.
Creative BioMart is a leader in applying directed molecular evolution to improve healthcare by discovering, optimizing and developing human biotherapeutics.
Variation such as mutation, selection, replication, sex&recombination and gene flow along with heredity repeats for millions of generations-every biologist is familiar with how evolution has made the incredible diversity and adaptations found in the natural world. Directed evolution uses a similar strategy to create biomolecules for being used in diverse fields spanning industrial production, medical science, and basic research. We are now at Creative BioMart GenePowerTM-Directed Evolution Service offering you the opportunity to use directed evolution, which can achiev the results much more quickly and in many cases with a few rounds of mutagenesis and selection.
Figure 1: Directed evolution
In vitro molecular evolution strategies (Figure 1) are widely regarded as the most efficient methods for creating proteins and regulatory sequences with improved or novel properties. Creative BioMart GenePowerTM-Directed Evolution services cover a variety of different approaches for creating genetic variants. Paired with appropriate screening methods, our directed evolution technologies can create the genetic diversity whatever you need to obtain proteins with the characteristics.
•Most service offerings do not require DNA template—DNA is synthesized from your sequence information.
•Complete control over every important feature of the library—Create rational diversity where it is likely to have the most impact.
•Significantly reduced screening effort compared to conventional mutagenesis methods.
•Generate variants that cannot be created using conventional methods.
•Maximum sequence integrity in unmutated regions, maximum variation where you want it, and maximum insert size.
•Improved likelihood of obtaining useful variants.