In Stock, Royalty-Free, Helper Plasmid Solution for Recombinant AAV Manufacturing
pALD-X80 Helper Plasmid
Triple transfection is the most common method for rAAV production and does not require co-infection with adenovirus; a helper plasmid provides adenoviral genes. Aldevron's pALD-X80 has several advantages.
- Immediately available at research, GMP-Source® and cGMP
- Royalty free, including for commercial products
- Replaces any rAAV helper plasmid
- Kanamycin resistance
- Consistent, reliable supply
With Aldevron's pALD-X80, clients do not need to manufacture a custom batch of the helper plasmid as Aldevron maintains it as an in-stock product, reducing timeline and cost.
pALD-X80 Successfully Produces rAAV
Expression Data for rAAV Luciferase
A solution for early research through commercial development
pALD-X80 is available in three quality grades: Research, GMP-Source® and cGMP. Clients have the option of choosing the quality grade that fits their needs and stage of development with the assurance that the royalty-free product will be available when needed at future stages of development.
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