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DISCOVER the binding partners of your favorite protein and find the missing link of your puzzle

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What is the function of this new protein?

What is the molecular basis of this phenotype?

Get answers: screen a highly complex cDNA library with Hybrigenics ultimate reliable yeast two-hybrid screening technology ULTImate Y2HTM.

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Thanks to our patented cell-to-cell mating protocol, we provide you with the most exhaustive technology. We deliver around 100+ positive clones, fully analyzed with functional and interacting domains annotations and attribute a proprietary confidence scores to help you with results interpretation. Stop working on artifacts and focus on relevant interactions!

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