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How to order? Price list 2021

All strains available on our catalogue can be distributed upon request for non-commercial use (research development, teaching, identification).

For commercial use, please contact us.

For all orders:

Financial participation to the preservation, maintenance, sending and preparation costs

Per strain

Non-profit organisations

65 €

Private companies

85 €

Postal and packaging fees Per parcel (up to 30 srains):

Not regulated



30 €

95 €


35 €

120 €


190 €

190 €

Packing without transport: 10 €

If you will, we can use your own client account for private transport companies (DHL, FEDEX, UPS...).

Written request indicating CFBP numbers, names of strains and the use for the ordered strains.

Order letter: : This document can be transmitted to CIRM-CFBP by e-mail.

Signed MTA (Material Transfer Agreement).

This document, signed in 2 exemplars is signed back by CIRM-CFBP. It remains the conditions of the transfer of the biological material. One of these 2 exemplars will be send with the strains. 
MTA:This document can be transmitted to CIRM-CFBP by e-mail.

Important: For the members of the European Union, you have to provide a VAT number with the order, or to specify the absence of VAT number. 
VAT number of CIRM-CFBP (INRA) : FR57 180070039

EmerSys - IRHS - INRA
42, rue Georges Morel
BP 60057
49 071 Beaucouzé cedex, France
Tel : +33 (0)2 41 22 57 19 (57 37)

Specific cases:

  • Quarantine strains or double-use strains (for European Union):
    A LOA (Letter of Authorisation) is needed. This document is delivered by the plant protection services.
    More information about regulated strains.
  • Class 2 strains: 
    An attestation indicating that your facilities fulfil the requirements to manipulate such strains is required.
    A special transport company mus be used (price upon request). Please contact us.
  • Order from outside European
    In all cases an import permit is requested, whatever the legal status of the ordered strains.
    For double-use strains, an exportation licence is requested. This implies higher costs and 4 to 6 months to obtain such a licence. Fee : 390 € to be added to strains price (Include extra administrative work, toll fees, packing and transport)
    Please contact us.