GPCR Cell Line Development
G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), also known as seven-(pass)-transmembrane domain receptors or 7TM receptors, are the largest class of membrane proteins comprised of an estimated 600–1,000 members. They represent the most versatile group of cell surface receptors. GPCRs are associated with a considerably higher number of acquired and inherited diseases, and they are the largest known class of molecular targets of over one-third of today's drugs. Therefore, GPCR cell lines can be widely used as a powerful tool to study the etiology and pathogenesis and for drug screening of various diseases.
Creative Biolabs provides comprehensive GPCR cell line development services to fully meet the needs of both basic research and drug development of our customers. We have successfully developed multiple GPCR cell lines that have passed the function and stability tests as powerful tools to help our customers reduce the time and cost.
Creative Biolabs provides customized GPCR cell line development services in order to facilitate our customers' research and project processes. Our experienced scientists can help you tailor your solutions according to your specific needs. We also offer various ready-to-use dividing cells, frozen cells and cell-based assay kits for your choice. If you need more detailed information, please don't hesitate to contact us.