CSIRO Recombinant Protein Production Facility

Provides researchers access to state-of-the-art facilities for protein production and purification


Mr. George Lovrecz

(613) 9545 2222

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Post author: George Lovrecz. Last update: 02/11/2015 at 12:11 pm by George Lovrecz.


Large-scale recombinant protein production using various host cells such as: bacterial, yeast, mammalian and insect lines. Optimisation, process development and technology transfer are available. The Facility has extensive links to cell and molecular biology, protein purification, protein crystallisation (C3 facility) and 3D structure determination expertise. Screening and drug development including medicinal chemistry is also available through the Division.

The Recombinant Protein Production and Purification Facility is for academic and industry researchers and is part of the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) program. It provides Australian researchers subsidised access to state-of-the-art facilities for protein production, process development and optimisation.



Know how:

  • Service 1: Scale up and production of various proteins such as antibodies, receptors and proteins from mammalian, insect and bacterial origin
  • Service 2: Optimisation and process development for protein production
  • Service 3: Downstream processing and purification
  • Service : Protein characterisation
  • Service 5: Cell line development and molecular biology
  • Service 6: Screening and structural studies

CSIRO Recombinant Protein Production Facility

CSIRO, CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering. CSIRO Clayton Campus, Bayview Avenue, Clayton, Victoria, Australia.

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Type: Core facility in a research organisation
Discipline areas: Biological Science
Precinct: Central, South east
Affiliations: CSIRO, Recombinant proteins

Biological Science categories: Antibody production, Cell culture, Cells and tissues, Protein Purification, Proteins and peptides, Purification