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Abazyme, LLC

767C Concord Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02138
United States of America, Massachusetts
Toll free: 800 693 1418

Phone: 339-337-6227
Fax: 775-206-7905

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Description:

Abazyme: Where Antibodies go Molecular...

 Abazyme LLC is a leading provider of custom recombinant monoclonal antibody (rMAb)services. 

Our proprietary ACE™ cloning process enables us to produce recombinant antibodies from either newly created or existing hybridomas.

  • Deliverables include antibody sequence, stable expression vectors as well as expressed antibody.
  • Modifications such as class-switching are possible with recombinant antibodies.
  • No need for nitrogen freezers, or cell-banking, vectors can be stored indefinitely in normal freezers.
  • Antibodies defined by sequence are more readily useful for regulatory filings.

Call us today to discuss your project needs. Our experts will work with you to design antibody projects that fit your needs.  



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Last update of this entry: July 16, 2014

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