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ABBIOSCI Inc.

5805 State Bridge Rd, Suite G 414
Johns Creek
United States of America, Georgia
Toll free: 855.698.6988

Phone: 615.397.9545
Fax: 855.698.6998

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Description:

ABBIOSCI Inc. specializes in the production, detection and characterization of multi-format antibodies (MFAbs) for research, diagnostic, and therapeutic applications. MFAbs includes polyclonal antibodies (pAb), monoclonal antibodies (mAb), recombinant antibodies (rAb), and antibody engineering fragments (Ab-Eng). Monoclonal antibody is made specifically to recognize a single epitope on an antigen. We also offer overlapping synthetic peptides derived from dengue virus type 1-envelope proteins. Antibody engineering is the efficient way to create a functional antibody with a suitable size by using DNA recombinant technology. Antibody gene can be purposely engineered or modified in vitro to obtain a desirable antibody with biological activity.

 

Visit our website for further information: www.abbiosci.com 



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Biotech
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- Research
Diagnostics
- Immunoassay
- in vitro

Last update of this entry: February 23, 2012

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