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Meet us at BSP meeting 2019

University of Manchester, UK - 15-17 April

Meet us at the BSP Conference: BSP spring meeting. Organized this year in The University of Manchester, UK, from April 15th  to 17th 2019.

This event will gather experts and scientists from all over the world to discuss the latest advances regarding Parasitology research.

We have many cDNA libraries including Toxoplasma gondii and Trypanosoma brucei: check out our libraries. We can even build a library from your material to better answer your needs.

Amandine Pelliccia, Business Development Manager, will attend this meeting. She will be happy to meet you and present our services. Feel free to contact us to arrange a meeting with her to discuss your project.

Hybrigenics is hiring a Bus Dev Manager!

Europe - February

We are hiring! Hybrigenics Services is looking for a highly motivated and talented Life Science Business Development Manager to join our team covering Europe and Asia.

Please have a look at the job description here and contact us at careers@hybrigenics.com to know more.

We look forward to hearing from you!

New plant protein libraries available

Paris, France - February

We have just released 3 new ULTImate cDNA libraries prepared from different plant tissues:

- One from them meristem of melon (Cucumis melo)

- One from the roots of Brachypodium distachyon, a model organism for grasses, cereals and biofuel crops

- And one prepared from tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) ovaries. We now offer 6 different libraries prepared from various tomato tissues!

Contact us for more information about these libraries or to launch a protein interaction screen.

 

Be sure to follow our library releases and to let us know which new library would benefit your research. Give us a call, use the contact form or go to twitter with the hashtag #HGXlibraries !

Feel free to have a look at our list of libraries. We have more than 120 unique, highly complex libraries available, made from various species and tissues and validated with stringent quality controls.

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