293AD Cell Line

293AD Cell Line
  • Useful for both packaging and amplification of recombinant adenovirus
  • Derived from HEK 293 cell line
  • Selected for flattened morphology and firm attachment to culture plates
  • Larger surface area for superior transfection and greater adenoviral yields

NOTE: 293AD Cells are available for sale to academic, government and non-profit research laboratories. All other purchasers require a commercial license for all fields including research use. Please contact our Business Development department for license information.


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293AD Cell Line
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