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BriClone is an additive for the cloning medium used in the post-fusion stages of hybridoma production and for improving the efficiency of hybridoma cell cloning.

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The NICB’s state-of-the-art proteomics and mass spectrometry core facility supports many research programmes in the NICB.

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The National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology

The NICB (National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology) is located on the Dublin City University (DCU) campus in North Dublin.

It is a leading multidisciplinary centre of translational research in Fundamental and Applied Cellular Biotechnology, Molecular Cell Biology, Ocular Diseases and Biological Chemistry. It includes a multidisciplinary team of Cell and Molecular Biologists, Biotechnologists, Chemists and Informatics specialists.

The NICB prioritises translational research involving collaborations with industry and with clinicians, and is committed to educating people from all backgrounds in the area of Biomedical Science.

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The NICB (National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology) is located on the DCU campus in North Dublin.
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BriClone is an additive for the cloning medium used in the post-fusion stages of hybridoma production and for improving the efficiency of hybridoma cell cloning.

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