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.
Antibodies are indispensable research tools that have enabled researchers across diverse scientific fields to specify, identify, locate and/or quantify their protein targets.ApplicationsWhat is your experiment goal?Protein localizationIHCCustom mAbMonoRab™Fluorescent ...Learn More
"CHO cells" or Chinese Hamster Ovary cells have a long history as tools for scientific discovery. These cells were first introduced to biomedical research in the '50s and currently represent the most frequently used non-human mammalian cell line for the generation of biological ...Learn More
Alzheimer's disease is a type of neurodegenerative condition most commonly associated with dementia. The disease's progression is slow, and several stages may be identified, including preclinical (preceding symptoms), mild cognitive impairment, and mild to severe dementia. Two ...Learn More
In recent years monoclonal antibodies have increasingly become sought after tools for therapy. These highly specific molecules, mostly relegated to basic research labs as tools for in vitro and in situ protein analysis, have emerged as strong candidates for therapy in a broad ...Learn More
Severe respiratory illnesses, such as those resulting from influenza virus infections, are often associated with significant mortality. The CDC has estimated the annual burden in the US to be around 12,000-61,000 influenza-related deaths since 2010. Understanding the molecular ...Learn More