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Recombinant Protein Production
Biologicscorp provides our esteemed clients with rapid high quality, and cost-effective protein production services
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Recombinant Antibody
We have established a solid platform offering the expres-sion of a range of recombinant antibodies, including
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Stable Cell Line Construction
With extensive expertise and research experience in the field of stable cell line, we provide knock in/knock out cell line services, including
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Custom  Antibody Service
Our one-stop antibody produc- tion services provide various species capabilities, including rabbit, goat/sheep, mouse, rat and chicken.
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bic introduction
Biologics International Corp (BIC) is a leading biotech company engaged in custom recombinant protein and antibody production for clients around the world across both academic institutions and biotech/pharmaceutical industries. The aim of BIC is to provide our clients the highest quality services yet with the precision, speed, and value, and build strong partnerships with our clients, focusing on development of cutting-edge technologies in expression, production, and manufacturing of recombinant proteins and antibodies. If you need any assistance, please contact us.
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