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BIOTECHNOLOGY 55


Viral Vector Engineering Any Gene to Any Cell


Over 500 commercial projects worldwide confirm the power of SIRION technology.


SIRION advantages


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Personal project consultation


Individualized solutions for your project


Reliable and predictive results by advanced g vector design and functional testing


Easy Access to all important virus technologies


Fully customizable vectors (AV, LV and AAV) for your research


Includes options for inducible expression and gene knockdown


Cells by design – tailor made and ready to use


R&D Partners as


technology experts from pre-clinical into clinical


Cooperative development of new vector modifications


Transduction enhancers


Production optimization and expression specificity


Unique Technologies


Serotype and virion development for gene therapy partners


Transduction enhancers – LentiBOOST™ & AdenoBOOST™


Vaccination development with serotype Ad19a – high tropism for dendritic cells


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JUNE 2017


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