• Organization TypeInstitute, Service Providers
  • Founded2002

GenScript

Who They Are Genscript is the world’s leading biotech company providing life sciences services and products. With gene synthesis, peptide, protein, antibody and preclinical drug development service capabilities, they are internationally recognized as a leading biotech company specializing in fundamental life sciences research and early-phase drug discovery services. As of 2018, more than 30,000 peer-reviewed journal articles cited GenScript’s services and products, making GenScript the most frequently cited biotech company in the world. Company Overview GenScript Biotech Corporation(Stock Code: 1548.HK) is a global biotechnology group. GenScript’s businesses encompass four major categories based on its leading gene synthesis technology, including operation as a Life Science CRO, enzyme and synthetic biology products, biologics development and manufacturing, as well as cell therapy. Founded in 2002 and listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2015, GenScript has an established global presence across Greater China, North America, the EU, and Asia Pacific. Today, over 300,000 customers from over 160 countries and regions around the world have used GenScript’s premier, convenient, and reliable products and services. GenScript currently has more than 3000 employees globally, 33% of whom hold master’s and/or Ph.D. degrees. In addition, GenScript has a number of leading commercial technologies developed in the fields of synthetic biology, immunotherapy, antibody design, chemical synthesis and bioinformatics, including more than 70 patents and over 200 patent applications. As of January 2019, GenScript's products and services have been cited by 36,500 scientific papers worldwide.
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Experience

Contract Awards

Procurement of Antibodies and Gene Expressions

National Institutes of Health (NIH) - United States

Custom Gene Synthesis: Codon Optimization

United States Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS), National Institutes of Health (NIH) - United States