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VHH Antibodies (Nanobodies) Advantages and LimitationsNEW Infographic: Developing Next Generation Therapeutic Antibodies

 

The success of therapeutic antibodies as cancer treatments is owed to technological advances that enable better specificity and safety.

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  • Next generation antibodies
  • The challenges of traditional technologies for antibody-based discovery and development
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 How to Choose an Antibody Specific to ApplicationHow to Choose an Antibody Specific to Application
 
To make the most of investigative techniques, it is essential that the correct antibody is chosen for a specific application.
 
 
 Monoclonal Antibodies versus Polyclonal AntibodiesMonoclonal Antibodies versus Polyclonal Antibodies
 
Polyclonal antibodies recognize multiple antigens, whereas monoclonal antibodies only recognize one.
 
 Using Antibodies for Parkinson's Disease Research
 
Using Antibodies for Parkinson's Disease ResearchParkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative disorder characterized by the aggregation of clumps of the alpha-synuclein protein throughout the brain.
 
 
 Berkeley Lights Launches Cell Line Development 2.0 Workflow to Find Top Clones for Complex Antibody Therapeutics
 
Berkeley Lights Launches Cell Line Development 2.0 Workflow to Find Top Clones for Complex Antibody TherapeuticsThe Opto™ Cell Line Development 2.0 workflow generates, in just days, the best production cell lines for complex antibody therapeutics.
 
 
 Bioengineers create light-controllable CAR T cells for cancer immunotherapy
 
Bioengineers create light-controllable CAR T cells for cancer immunotherapyBioengineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a control system that could make CAR T-cell therapy safer and more powerful when treating cancer.
 
 
 Max Planck researchers identify mechanistic basis of antigen receptor gene assembly
 
Max Planck researchers identify mechanistic basis of antigen receptor gene assemblyAdaptive immunity is a powerful defense mechanism in vertebrates. A finely tuned interplay of different cell types provides a pathogen-specific immune response to eliminate for example bacteria and viruses.