Intact Genomics (IG®) is an ISO 13485:2016 certified biotech company that provides high-quality life science products and advanced genomic services to customers around the world. We are dedicated to empowering scientific discoveries and innovation, developing cutting-edge technologies and innovating life science products for isothermal amplification, gene-editing, simplified molecular cloning and transformation, large DNA fragment cloning and metagenomics. Started in 2013 and located in a quiet suburb of St. Louis, Missouri, USA, the company has supported researchers from more than 2,000 laboratories worldwide to explore the genome structure and function of microorganisms, plants, and animal species, and discover solutions to critical challenges in human health, agriculture, and the environment.
Unrivaled Product Quality: We adhere to the highest industry standards. Our products undergo rigorous testing and adhere to stringent quality control measures to ensure accuracy, reliability, and reproducibility in your experiments.
Cutting-edge Technology: Intact Genomics is at the forefront of molecular biology innovation. We consistently invest in research and development to bring you the latest and most advanced technologies.
Exceptional Customer Support: Customer satisfaction is our top priority. Whether you have questions about product selection, protocols, or troubleshooting, our dedicated support team is here to assist you every step of the way.
Customization Options: We offer customization options for most of our products to meet your specific requirements.
Competitive Pricing: Intact Genomics is dedicated to offering competitive pricing without compromising on quality.
In Stock & Fast Shipping: All our products are developed, manufactured and shipped from our labs in St. Louis, Missouri. Most orders are shipped the same day of receipt for next-day arrival (Monday-Thursday).
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Intact Genomics invented the Fungal Artificial Chromosome (FAC) which was highlighted as the Nature Chemical Biology cover paper in August 2017. FAC technology can capture large DNA fragments up to 300 kb and shuttle them into advanced or engineered fungal hosts for heterologous expression. This enables robust production and rapid identification of fungal secondary metabolite compounds.