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Potato Transformation Service

Specializing in plant molecular biology and genetic engineering, Creative Biogene offers potato transformation service for a series of varieties, including but not limited in Andigena, Blue potato, Desiree and Russet Burbank. With experienced R&D team, we have the flexibility to use either our proprietary transformation protocol or that protocol provided by the customer under license. Our services follow the highest standards and guarantee the best quality for our customers.

Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) is the world's fourth most important food crop next to rice and wheat in terms of human consumption with its production exceeding 300 million metric tons. Because of its high nutritional quality and ease of production, the potato is a prime candidate crop for improvements through breeding and genetic engineering. Agrobacterium infection is one of the most efficient method for potato transformation, and it also provide an invaluable tool for the rapid characterization and validation of gene function. Moreover, potato has been considered as a good candidate crop for mass production of industrially valuable protein or pharmaceutically useful substances by using recombinant DNA technology since potato tuber tissue contains well known mechanism to accumulate proteins in protein body.

Transformation procedure for potato Figure 1. Transformation procedure for potato

Workflow of Potato transformation

  • Stem explant culture of potato
  • Leaves and side shoots removal
  • Stem cuttings incubating in Agrobacterium suspension for internodal transformation
  • Explants incubating on co-culture medium after the transformation
  • Callus induction
  • Shoot induction and regeneration
  • Molecular characterization

Creative Biogene utilizes advance molecular biotechnology to produce genetically modified potato for basic research and commercial application. We are also trying to establish genome editing system for tetraploid and diploid potato, to product transgene-free genome editing potato. Our mission is to provide you with the most affordable, high-quality plant transformation services to ensure your satisfaction in a timely and professional manner.


  1. Thorpe, & Peter. (2012). Bioinformatic and functional characterisation of Globoderapallida effector genes.
  2. Dangol, S. (2019). Genome editing of potato using crispr technologies: current development and future prospective. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture, 403-416.
For research use only. Not intended for any clinical use.

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