May 25, 2011
-- When traditional protocols can take almost 90 days, the wait for high-quality custom polyclonal antibodies can be excruciating. AnaSpec is pleased to introduce the Speedy 28-day custom polyclonal antibody service. Leveraging proven technology from Eurogentec, AnaSpec's parent company, this protocol uses a proprietary mixture of Freund's free immuno-stimulatory compounds. The first bleed is obtained at Day 21 after 4 immunizations. Bleed is guaranteed to have a titer of at least 1/20,000 for one of the immunized rabbits.
Pricing of this polyclonal antibody package includes peptide design from protein of interest, peptide synthesis (>90% purity, 15aa, 3 to 4 weeks), conjugation to carrier protein (KLH, BSA, or OVA), choice of two new Zealand rabbits in SPF or non-SPF environment, 28-day immunization protocol (not including peptide synthesis), ELISA at Day 28, and Antigens include single peptide or two peptides or customer-supplied protein. (titer guarantee does not apply to customer-supplied protein)
To start your 28-day immunization polyclonal project, please contact email@example.com to obtain a price quotation or visit http://www.anaspec.com/products/promotions.asp?id=83&col=...
AnaSpec, Eurogentec Group
AnaSpec, Eurogentec Group is a leading provider of integrated proteomics and genomics solutionsTM for worldwide life science research. AnaSpec offers expertise in peptides, detection reagents, antibodies, assay kits, amino acids, oligonucleotides, and qPCRs. AnaSpec carries a broad product line of biochemicals and reagents for basic research, high-throughput screening and drug discovery. AnaSpec also provides premier custom services including peptide synthesis, antibody production, assay development, fluorescent dyes, and oligonucleotide synthesis. AnaSpec is certified to ISO 9001:2008.
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AnaSpec, Inc. is a leading provider of integrated proteomics solutions™ for worldwide life science research. AnaSpec offers expertise in three primary technologies:
peptides, detection reagents, and combinatorial chemistry.