Contract yeast two-hybrid technology

Igor Stagljar stagljar at vetbio.unizh.ch
Fri Nov 12 11:21:18 EST 1999


                              Introduction

Interactions between proteins regulate nearly every cellular process. The
most powerful in vivo method in the identification of protein-protein
interactions is the yeast two-hybrid system and variations thereof.

Scientists working in different fields encounter yeast as a model system
very often for the first time. Newcomers are therefore puzzled and
experience difficulties when they try to establish  specific yeast system
in their laboratories. This procedure can be very time consuming and also
cost intensive.

We provide a solution:        DUALSYSTEMS


                               Our  aim

We are a team of molecular biologists and biochemists with a long
experience in yeast hybrid screenings.

We provide a yeast one- and two- hybrid based technology platform for
functional characterization of protein-protein interactions.

We offer high quality and fast screenings at competitive prices.



                          Our customers will receive

- a detail written report on the screening
- a DNA sample of the bait dependent clones
- DNA sequences of positive clones (package dependent)
- map of interaction domain (package dependent)


                              
                           Legal notice

- DUALSYSTEMS guarantees strict confidentiality
- results are interpreted to the best of our knowledge
- results are provided within 4 months after receiving the order
- if there are no positive clones resulting from a screening, the customer
pays only 60% of the package price
- DUALSYSTEMS reserves to change the price of the service offered at any time



Contact address:

DUALSYSTEMS
Institute of Veterinary Biochemistry
University of Zurich
Winterthurerstr. 190
CH-8057 Zurich

Tel:  +41-1-635 54 74
Fax:  +41-1-635 68 40

Email: dualsys at vetbio.unizh.ch

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Dr. Igor Stagljar
Institut fur Veterinarbiochemie               Tel: (41-1)-635-54-79
Universitat Zurich-Irchel                     Fax: (41-1)-635-68-16
Winterthurerstrasse 190
CH-8057 Zurich
Switzerland
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