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The PI3K-AKT-mTOR signalling pathway is highly active in cancer cells and involves mutation or amplification of the PI3-kinase or AKT genes, as well as loss of function of PTEN protein…
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Autophagy is a way that cells use for organelles recycling 1. The main process involves the segregation and delivery of cytoplasmic cargo, including proteins and organelles, for degradation by hydrolytic enzymes…
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Epigenetics includes all the heritable changes other than DNA sequence modifications that are involved in the regulation of gene expression, which can be switched on or off by specific enzymatic reactions…
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The Hippo signalling pathway has recently emerged as a fundamental regulator of organ size, stem cells function, tissue regeneration and tumor development. This pathway has been extensively studied on Drosophila melanogaster, and…
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Hypoxia refers to a deprivation of oxygen that can affect the whole body or a tissue. Low levels of oxygen have been linked to many pathological situations such as heart and brain ischemia-related diseases…
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Innate immunity corresponds to the non-specific response of the organism to pathogens and is mediated by mast cells, phagocytes, basophils, eosinophils, NK cells as well as γδ T cells.…
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Ion channels are responsible for the traffic of ions through the plasma membrane. They are expressed in various cell types such as muscles or nervous system. Their disregulation cause many diseases like renal disorder or…
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Plants are involved in many ecosystems all over the world and have an extraordinary potential in health care. Many species are still unknown, hiding their therapeutic secrets. Our antibodies will help help you in your discoveries.
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The tumor necrosis factor (TNF) superfamily (TNFSF) is composed of 19 structurally related proteins (ligands) that bind to one or more molecules from the TNF receptor superfamily (TNFRSF)…
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Viruses are microorganisms that invade higher organisms’ cells to use them as hosts and take advantage of their metabolism to develop and replicate. They use specific receptors expressed by the host cells to…
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Custom anti-protein polyclonal antibodies
Proteins are the most commonly used immunogens to develop antibodies. With 30 years of experience in antibody development, we have so far managed more than 10,000 projects successfully and can bring you reliable advice to make your project come true.
Custom anti-peptide polyclonal antibodies
When proteins are not easily available or belong to a conserved family, using peptides to raise antibodies is the best alternative. As experts in peptide design, our anti-peptide antibodies have the best specificity for the cognate protein.
Custom anti-post-translational modification polyclonal antibodies
Our expertise in peptide engineering allows us to use modified peptides as immunogens to develop highly specific antibodies. Coupled to our adapted purification procedure, you can be sure your antibody won’t bind the unmodified cognate protein.
Custom monoclonal antibodies
Monoclonal antibodies became in a few years a powerful tool for medical research, diagnosis and therapy. Our service of monoclonal antibody development includes all the required steps, from the design of the immunogen design to the shipment of your cell line.
NEW! Recombinant VHH
Using molecular engineering, high affinity VHH fragments of only 15 kDa, which are more stable and soluble than conventional IgG, can now be produced in high scale, thus allowing to...
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As experts in antibody engineering we master all techniques to purify antibodies and dramatically increase their specificity. We can provide you with a complete purification service starting from any antibody-containing solution.
Peptides can be used not only as immunogens but also as biological molecules for biochemical applications, or as probes for protein structure/function studies. Our service is one of the most flexible in terms of length, purity, quantity and available post-synthesis modifications.
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NEW! CovaDye fluorescent labelling kits & services
A new range of labelling kits and services: CovaDye labelling kits offer an easy and efficient method for the fluorescent conjugation of your antibody or molecule with a ready-to-use protocol. Whereas, custom CovaDye fluorescent labelling is the choice of an ultra-personalized service with a full range of wavelength that includes technical support advice from expert.
NEW! Covalight® Family
Covalight® is a powerful and stable enhanced chemiluminescence reagent including a strong oxidant and a proprietary enhancer to produce a intense light emission that can last up to several hours…
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ELISA / ELISpot / Fluorospot Kits
Perform specific quantitative and qualitative analyses of cytokine (or other soluble molecule) expression in close-to-in vivo conditions. From a single pair of antibodies to a complete pack with buffers and controls, you will find…
Anti-DYKDDDDK epitope antibodies
Our anti-DYKDDDDK epitope antibodies (clone FG4R and clone L5) have a very low background as well as a high sensitivity and specificity for FLAG®-tagged proteins when compared to the standard M2 clone.
Recombinant proteins are often engineered to be fused with a tag epitope such as polyhistidine tag, HA-tag, c-Myc tag. Antbodies have been raised against these specific epitopes and tested to work in most of common applications.
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Thanks to its remarkably invariant cell development pattern, Caenorhabditis elegans has allowed important breakthroughs in the fields of developmental biology and apoptosis…
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Drosophila melanogaster (the so-called fruit fly) has been a popular model organism in scientific research for over a century, especially in genetics and developmental biology…
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Danio rerio (Zebrafish)
The zebrafish is a widely-used vertebrate model organism in scientific research, for the high similarity between human and fish signaling pathways make work on this particular species very interesting, especially in developmental biology and…
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