Antibody Engineering

Antibody engineering describes the production of antibodies using in vitro or in vivo techniques. It allows the design of tailor-made antibodies to fit at best research or therapeutic indications.

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative condition and the leading cause of dementia in the elderly worldwide. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that of 50 million individuals who have dementia globally, 60-70% have Alzheimer’s disease. Loss of ...Learn More

Why are rabbit antibodies a sought-after tool?From analytical applications (e.g., Western blot, ELISA, and Immunostaining) to diagnostics (e.g., detection of tumor-associated antigens: PDL-1, estrogen receptor, and HER2) and even as therapeutics (e.g., Brolucizumab, Eptinezumab), ...Learn More

Post-translational protein modifications play critical roles in a broad range of signaling pathways and biological processes in health and disease states. Modifications include the addition of specific chemical groups (e.g., phosphate, methyl, acetyl), polypeptides (e.g., ...Learn More

With more than 100 currently in clinical development, bispecific antibodies have emerged as molecules with a multitude of talents. Learn more in a new science perspective. Link:

Are you interested in working on malaria parasite? well, I am a Ph.D. student with an interest in host genetics and clinical malaria. I have an interesting research idea however, I am without funding currently, if you would like to collaborate. please send me an email to take this ...Learn More

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