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Maine Biotechnology Services, Inc.

1037R Forest Avenue
Portland, ME 04103
United States of America, Maine
Toll free: 800-925-9476

Phone: 207-797-5454
Fax: 207-797-5595

Description:

The cornerstone of antibody and assay development at MBS is our technical team approach to project design and planning. The MBS antibody development plan focuses on the timely generation of data from large fusion screens that allow for the identification of quality antibody candidates.  A rigorous set of innovative and thorough screening tools are creatively developed and executed to meet dynamic customer goals with data-driven decision making. If the goals of a project change during the course of development, MBS will use accumulated data to efficiently shift focus to meet the new goals. Our mission is to use these strategies to go beyond limited contract services and be a comprehensive partner in antibody and assay method development.  MBS saves customers money and compresses timelines of the most complex projects. We also offer pre-made antibodies for further manufacturing purposes. Please visit our website at mainebiotechnology.com

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Last update of this entry: October 05, 2015

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