Our experienced scientific specialists provide high quality recombinant protein expression and purification services tailored to your specific needs. Whether you are interested in standard recombinant protein production or in highly customized solutions for your challenging target, we are dedicated to providing the ideal service strategy for your research project and to delivering high quality proteins to accelerate your innovation.
We offer a one-stop-shop for your individual target: from gene synthesis and cloning to high quality purification. All we need to start production and purification of your recombinant proteins is your target sequence. Our scientific experts have a vast knowledge on all current expression platforms, including bacteria, yeast, insect and mammalian cells, based on our longstanding experience.
Individual consulting and a free feasibility analysis for every project ensure that we follow the best strategy to produce your target protein. We at trenzyme set great value in high quality work, reliability and transparency. Our dedicated project management and our scientific experts will be in close communication with you to ensure a successful project progression and to react with high flexibility to your individual demands. We look forward to working with you.
What clients say about us
We highly valued the fast and excellent communication and the high flexibility of the team! For any future project we will preferably entrust in trenzyme’s protein production services.
Dr. Thore HettmannProbiodrug AG, Halle/Saale, Germany
Growth hormone isoform-differential mass spectrometry for doping control purposes. Drug Test. Anal. 10, 938–946. (2018)
Arsene C, Schulze D, Röthke A, Thevis M, and Henrion A
How many custom proteins have you produced so far? What is the typical success rate?
We are working on recombinant proteins for more than 20 years and we have successfully produced more than 3000 different proteins so far.
What is the concentration range of your proteins? How do you determine the quantity of them?
The concentration is mostly between 0.1 and 2 mg/ml but can be adjusted according to your needs. The concentration will be determined by either BCA, adsorption at 280nm or densitometric determination after Coomassie staining.
Can tags be cleaved off from recombinant proteins?
Yes, in most cases we use cleavable tag sequences. But cleavage efficiency can be influenced by the target protein and has to be tested.