SABio now sells siRNA to Australia and New Zealand! Our Aussie and NZ customers get their siRNA within 7-10 days from placing their order. Quality is guaranteed (or your money back), shipping is FREE, and prices are unbeatable! Give us a try and get a quotation for your siRNA of interest at email@example.com . Prices will be conveniently quoted in AUD or NZD, thus ordering is always a breeze!
Did you know that we let you try ANY antibody from SABio catalogue before you buy?
Even better – we deliver your trial sample within 24 hours in Singapore.
Visit our antibody catalogue to pick an antibody that interests you and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for your free sample!
SABio’s Founder Prof. Garcia-Blanco Awarded Distinguished Professorship Honoring the Late Charles D. Watts
“Appointment to a named chair is the highest honor the university can bestow on a member of the faculty,” says Joseph Heitman, MD, PhD, James B. Duke Professor and Chair of the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology. “Mariano has always demonstrated outstanding professional achievement and is a leader in RNA biology.”
The distinguished professorship awarded to Prof. Garcia-Blanco is named in memory of the late Charles D. Watts, a pioneering African-American surgeon who founded the Lincoln Community Health Center. As the first African-American to be certified by a surgical specialty board in North Carolina, Watts is remembered for taking care of the poor and underserved in Durham. He spent more than 50 years advocating for civil/human rights and for the quality of medical care for all residents of Durham.
Prof. Garcia-Blanco is internationally-recognized for his scientific contributions including the discovery of the alternative splicing factor PTB (polypyrimidine tract binding protein) and the demonstration of its role in regulating splice site choice, the demonstration that splice sites are paired by three-dimensional diffusion rather than scanning, the development of methods to image alternative splicing decisions in mammals in vivo, and the recent discovery of virus host factors required for yellow fever virus and dengue virus propagation in human cells and in insect cells.
Prof. Garcia-Blanco is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board for European Alternative Splicing Network of Excellence, the Council of Scientific Advisers, the International Centre of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, the National Advisory General Medical Sciences Council, and a Trustee of the Puerto Rico Trust for Science, Research and Technology. In 2011, he was elected to the Association of American Physicians (AAP).
SABio now offers both custom and pre-designed control siRNAs, which you can choose either desalted or HPLC-purified. We take pride in our stringent quality control procedures. All siRNAs produced by SABio are tested by MALDI-TOF for identity confirmation and by PAGE by annealing assurance.
Besides our quality (and a bit of your patriotism), why should you opt for SABio siRNAs? We are glad to say that unlike our competitors, who take time to batch your orders, produce them overseas and waste your time & money with shipping charges, SABio processes siRNA orders as we receive them and delivers them for FREE to Singapore users. That means you can have your hands on your custom siRNA for your target gene in less than 5 business days, and pre-designed control siRNA within 24 hours.
Visit our siRNA page at our website www.sabio.com.sg for SABio siRNA catalogue and ordering information. As always, do let us know at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Because good quality biologics are more expensive and take longer to arrive in Singapore laboratories relative to those in the US, Japan and Europe, scientists in Singapore face a competitive disadvantage. However, SABio will help alleviate this disadvantage by providing the local and fast-expanding Asian research community with high-quality, affordable and on-time research reagents.
‘SABio’s high quality products will enjoy the valued status of the ‘Made in Singapore’ brand and thus support the vision of Singapore as a research and biomedicine hub,’ said Rene Jaeggi, SABio’s managing director.
SABio was founded by two entrepreneurial researchers at the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, Mariano Garcia-Blanco and Subhash Vasudevan.
It also recently closed its Series A financing with an investment from BV Healthcare II, a life science fund managed by BioVeda Capital.