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Abnova Corporation

9th Fl., No.108, Jhouzih St., Neihu District
Taipei, 114
Taiwan

Phone: +886-2-87511888
Fax: +886-2-6602-1218

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Description:

Abnova is the world's largest antibody, recombinant protein and assay kit manufacturer.

We have the capacity of generating 300 mouse monoclonal antibodies and 200 rabbit polyclonal antibodies per month. Rather than the traditional method of antibody production, Abnova is taking a genomic/proteomic approach for the antibody development.

Our goal is to have at least one antibody to every human expressed gene in human genome. We manufacture all our products, recombinant proteins and antibodies in our state-of-the-art production and SPF animal facilities. We also have multiple clones for the monoclonal antibody, and their access is available to partners and collaborators from the academic institutions and industry.



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Last update of this entry: November 16, 2011

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