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Why the Insect Cell System is a Boost for Vaccine Development

In an article published by New Scientist this week as part of the Value of Vaccines campaign, Prof. Linda King, founder of Oxford Expression Technologies explains why the insect cell system has become a popular platform for vaccine development – particularly in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic. FULL ARTICLE

SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19 Virus) Research

OET is currently helping COVID-19 research efforts by producing the recombinant spike glycoprotein of SARS-CoV-2 for clients. The protein will be used for further research, diagnostics and potential vaccine production. OET is also engaged in in-house COVID-19 research and is working on an insect cell-based vaccine using our flashBAC system enabled through funding from Innovate UK/Department of Health through the Vaccines for Global Epidemics:development and manufacture initiative

Expression Systems Media

Expression Systems Insect Cell Culture Media OET is pleased to offer a wide range of Expression Systems Insect cell culture media, from the very popular ESF 921, to specialized insect transfection media. Expression Systems’ media are easy to adapt your cells into and the insect specific media gives great protein yield, when compared to rival media. ESF 921 Insect Culture Media OET use ESF 921 for all in-house work, due