Profacgen Updated Its Protein Co-Expression Service in Mammalian Cells

Profacgen, a leading provider of protein expression and purification services, is pleased to announce the update of its Protein Co-Expression Service in Mammalian Cells. This service enhancement aims to provide researchers with a more efficient and reliable solution for studying protein-protein interactions and complex biological processes.


Protein co-expression is a powerful technique used to investigate the interactions between multiple proteins within a cellular environment. By co-expressing two or more proteins in mammalian cells, researchers can study their interactions, functional dependencies, and regulatory mechanisms. This information is crucial for understanding complex biological processes, such as signal transduction pathways, protein complexes, and disease mechanisms.


Profacgen’s updated Protein Co-Expression in Mammalian Cells offers several key advantages over traditional methods. The service utilizes state-of-the-art mammalian expression systems, ensuring high protein expression levels and proper folding of the co-expressed proteins. This is essential for obtaining biologically active proteins that accurately reflect their native conformation and function.


With extensive expertise in protein manufacture, Profacgen provides various strategies to produce recombinant protein complexes in mammalian cells, such as transient co-transfection, viral infection and stable integration of expression constructs into the host’s genome.


Furthermore, Profacgen’s team of experienced scientists provides comprehensive support throughout the co-expression process. They assist researchers in designing the optimal expression constructs, selecting suitable host cells, and optimizing the co-expression conditions. This personalized approach ensures the successful co-expression of proteins and maximizes the chances of obtaining high-quality experimental results.


“We are excited to announce the update of our Protein Co-Expression Service in Mammalian Cells,” said Crystal, the chief marketing staff from Profacgen. “This service enhancement reflects our commitment to providing researchers with cutting-edge tools and services to advance their scientific discoveries. By offering a reliable and efficient solution for studying protein-protein interactions, we aim to accelerate research in various fields, including drug discovery, structural biology, and systems biology.”


Profacgen’s Protein Co-Expression Service in Mammalian Cells is suitable for a wide range of applications, including protein complex characterization, protein interaction mapping, and functional studies. The service is customizable to meet the specific needs of each research project, allowing researchers to tailor the co-expression strategy according to their experimental requirements.


To learn more about Profacgen’s Protein Co-Expression Service in Mammalian Cells and other protein expression and purification services, please visit