GM TransExcellent Plasmid DNA Rapid Preparation Service
--1 week, higher efficiency, good for your proteins, antibodies, and viral vector production
GeneMedi offers a plasmid production&lification service called GM TransExcellent Plasmid DNA Rapid Preparation Service for DNA vector preparation based on the G-NEXT™ platform, which is a fast (1 week), high-quality, high-efficiency, and cost-effective plasmid production&lification platform and is good for your proteins, antibodies, and viral vector production.
GeneMedi ensures the quality of the final products through strict adherence to standard operating procedures, perfect quality management, strict testing systems, and traceable operating procedures. The platform's large-scale industrial fermentation and fully automated purification process production can accommodate the service needs of industrial users for large-scale plasmid preparation. Furthermore, GeneMedi's Novel Evolution-X Technology (G-NEXT™) is used to explore Gene&Cell therapy (GCT) for more possibilities with innovational strategies.
How to order
To place an order for GM TransExcellent Plasmid DNA Rapid Preparation Service, please follow the steps below:
STEP 1: Confirm the necessary information as follows:
a. Confirm the plasmid:
If you are using/will use GENEMEDI's vector system product, please provide us with the Catalog No.(Click here to check the Cat No.)
If you want to use your own plasmid, please provide us with the sequence. After placing your order, please send us 2ug of plasmid.
b. Confirm the Quality Levels of Plasmid DNA:
choose from Research Grade, GMP-like Grade or High Quality (HQ) Grade by checking out the detail of different levels.
c. Confirm the Plasmid quantity:
choose 10mg or more by checking the period of different quantity.
STEP 2: Submit the confirmed information using the format below:
Cat No.: P-RC13
Quality Level: Research Grade
Plasmid quantity: 10mg
You can also send the required information via email to ([email protected]).
Our team will process your request within 1 business day and guide you through the ordering process.
Plasmid source: GeneMedi's vector system products & Your own plasmid
1.GeneMedi's vector system products includes:
|AAV vector system |
(AAV expression system, AAV packaging plasmid system)
AAV1, AAV2, AAV2, AAV2 variant (Y444F),
AAV2 variant (Y272F, Y444F, Y500F, Y730F),
AAV2 variant (Y444F, Y730F, Y500F, Y272F, Y704F, Y252F),
AAV2.7m8, AAV5, AAV6, AAV8, AAV8-1m, AAV8-2m, AAV8-3m,
AAV9, AAV-Rh10, AAV-DJ, AAV-DJ8, AAV2-Retro(Retrograde), AAV9-PHP.B, AAV9-PHP.eB, AAV9-PHP.S,
AAV-BR1, AAV-VEC, AAV-2i8, AAV-SIG
|Adenovirus expression vectors (adenovirus expression plasmids)|
|Lentivirus vector system||Including PMD2G(Cat No.: P-ALV-C01), pSPAX2(Cat No.: P-ALV-C02) and other expression vector|
|Promise-ORF™ viral CDNA library||More than 60,000 pre-made CDNA/ORF viral plasmids and viral particles in Lentivirus, Adenovirus and AAV|
2.Your own plasmid
Quality Levels of Plasmid DNA
GeneMedi provides three types of Quality Levels of Plasmid DNA: Research Grade, GMP-like Grade, and High Quality (HQ) Grade. The provided plasmids are compared in Table 1.
|QC Item||Research Grade||GMP-like Grade||High Quality (HQ) Grade|
|E.coli Master Cell Bank generation||-||-||√|
|Manufacturing via shake flask growth or high-density fermentation||√||√||√|
|Screening for optimal growth conditions||-||-||√|
|Residual RNA||Non-detectable by gel electrophoresis at 200ng|
|Residual E.coli DNA||Non-detectable by gel electrophoresis||Quantitative PCR ≤5%|
|Residual Host Protein||-||-||HCP ELISA ≤ 1%|
|Homogeneity||Predominantly supercoiled||≥90% supercoiled|
|Animal Free Production||Optional||Optional||Optional|
|Enzyme Free production||-||-||Optional|
|Identity-Full Insert Sequencing||√||√||√|
|Endotoxin||-||Gel clot LAL assay < 10EU/mg||Quantitative LAL assay < 5EU/mg|
|Detection of Kanamycin||-||-||Optional|
|Certificate of Analysis||√||√||√|
|Consistent Manufacturing Process||√||√||√|
Table 1. Comparation of different grades of Plasmids GeneMedi provides.
Plasmid preparation period
GeneMedi has a fast delivery period advantage, and below are the Preparation periods of different grades of Plasmids provided in Table 2.
|Plasmid Grade||Plasmid quantity||Period (working days)|
|Research Grade||10mg||５～10||50mg||7～12||100mg||10～15||500mg||15～20||≥1g||Inquiry||Other quantity||Inquiry|
|GMP-like Grade||10mg||５～10||50mg||10～15||100mg||15～20||500mg||20～25||≥1g||Inquiry||Other quantity||Inquiry|
|High Quality (HQ) Grade||Inquiry||Inquiry|
Table 2. Preparation periods of different grades of Plasmids GeneMedi provides.
Production steps of Plasmids
Large-scale plasmid DNA manufacturing includes five main steps, as shown in Figure 1.
1. E. coli cells used for plasmid DNA manufacturing were obtained from sources such as DSMZ (German Collection of Microorganisms and Cell Cultures). The transformed cell clones are tested for plasmid identity by restriction analysis, and—if requested—further analysis is applied.
2. A pre-culture of approx. 50 mL is used to inoculate the main culture of 30 L. Cells are cultivated overnight at typically 37 °C or—if necessary to maintain unstable sequences or desired by the customer—at lower temperatures. Cells are harvested on this scale by batch centrifugation.
3. Alkaline lysis is performed by a rapid alka_x0002_line extraction procedure, as published earlier. Significant modification is necessary to scale up this step, as discussed later. Removal of residual particles, cells, or cell fragments is performed by batch centrifugation and multiple filtration steps, including a final 0.2 μm filtration of the “cleared lysate”.
4. Chromatographic steps are performed to reduce the volume (chromatography) and to remove (additional chromatography) contaminating LPS endotoxins, RNA, proteins, and undesired DNA contaminants (chromosomal bacterial DNA, non-supercoiled plasmid forms). The final eluate is filtered (0.2 μm), precipitated, washed, and reconstituted within the buffer.
5. According to the requested aliquots, certified cryotubes are manually filled within a laminar airflow. Vials are labeled and stored under quarantine until the product is released after QC at approx. −20 °C.
Figure 1. Production steps in large-scale plasmid DNA manufacturing from plasmid DNA construct to final product.