PO Box 4287 Jerusalem, 91042 IsraelAlomone Labs is a leading developer, producer and supplier of reliable research tools for membrane proteins. By leveraging 30 years of experience, we produce tried, tested and trusted products. We have the knowledge and the technology to produce unique, high quality, and reliable research tools for membrane proteins. Our commitment to ensure the quality and reliability of our products, has led us to develop and produce all technical processes in-house. As a result, we have a large portfolio in stock and available in various sizing options. Alomone Labs offers a unique product line. Each lot is tested and validated under stringent quality control testing. Antibodies are validated for specificity with the blocking (immunizing) peptide in western blot analysis. Pharmacological reagents and recombinant proteins are bioassay tested in relevant biological systems. We are dedicated to producing reliable products that yield reproducible results. All products ship lyophilized at room temperature. Lyophilization keeps shipping costs low and ensures the stability of your product.
4 Yatziv street P.O.B. 47120 Jerusalem , 9780046 IsraelFermentek manufactures bioactive compounds by the means of Fermentation technology and supplies a range of mycotoxins. +Download+ "Fermentek Brochure":https://backoffice.assaydepot.com/files/depot-wares/7f980a435de04aafa83cdfdfcac13032/FERMENTEK_-_2015.pdf
p.o.b 12000 Jerusalem, 91120 IsraelHadassah Medical Organization focuses on research in gene therapy and offers its central laboratory to provide clinical biochemistry, vector development, transgenics, and imaging services.
Binyamin mi-Tudela Street Jerusalem, Jerusalem District IsraelAt Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), the expertise and resources in nanoscale science and engineering, coupled with the desire by the IUPUI researchers from diverse disciplines to develop nanotechnology-based systems that address major societal and economic needs, have constituted the main driving forces for the establishment of the Integrated Nanosystems Development Institute (INDI). The words defining the Institute’s name best describe its main goals and objectives. Specifically, Integrated stands for three levels of integration, or that of 1) people and 2) resources, resulting in 3) Integrated Nanosystems, the Development of which for biomedical, energy, environmental, information technology, and other targeted application areas constitutes the main aim of the Institute. Realization of nanotechnology-based systems requires interdisciplinary approaches, which are realized through the confluence of disciplines, including science, engineering, and medicine. On the IUPUI campus, the convergence of expertise and know-how from these disciplines has resulted in the existence of INDI.
Gamatronic Building, 17 Hartom Street Jerusalem, 91450 IsraelSyntezza Bioscience Ltd. is the exclusive distributor of IDT- Integrated DNA Technologies, BGI, BiooScientific, BioDynami and Transomic in Israel. We are also the exclusive distributor in Israel of Macrogen for DNA/Sanger sequencing and BioBasic for genes. In addition, we supply other products, among them custom made peptides from suppliers for whom we are not exclusive distributors. Syntezza aspires to address the needs of the molecular biology community in Israel by providing high quality products for a wide range of applications along with quick delivery time and excellent customer service. Our sales reps in the field are able to keep abreast of the current techniques and changing needs of the customers so that we can continually update and broaden our product lines. Syntezza serves academic and government research facilities as well as corporate customers in the pharmaceutical, agricultural, environmental, biotechnological and medical diagnostic industries.
Jerusalem, Jerusalem District IsraelYissum Technology Transfer provides marketing services.
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