The University of Queensland
BASE is a leading national facility for manufacturing and research of mRNA technologies. We have experience designing, manufacturing and evaluating mRNA drugs. We have built over 40 mRNA (65 mg) vaccines, therapies and reagents for use by our scientific, clinical and industry partners. BASE scientists are building new technologies to improve the translation, stability and performance of mRNA. We have established a high-throughput platform able to screen new RNA sequences, secondary structures and nucleotide modifications that control mRNA expression and performance in different cell types and disease tissues.
- Organisation type
- University Research Facility
- Number of research staff
Up to 20 research staff
AIBN Building (#75), The University of Queensland, St Lucia QLD 4072
Strengths and capabilities
- mRNA Project design
- mRNA sequence design
- Plasmid preparation
- In vitro transcription
- mRNA Purification and formulation
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