polyclonal antibody production blog posts

22 August, 2017

5 easy ways to avoid antibody production mistakes

By Richard Drucker

Creating highly productive cell lines requires a great level of care that starts with cell line development. Envigo’s Rook Khajenouri and Richard Drucker understand the challenges customers face throughout the process. They recently discussed some common production problems and offered solutions for ensuring consistent and reliable results that enhanced antibody production.

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23 June, 2017

6 simple secrets for polyclonal antibody production

By Richard Harrison

Careful planning and preparation is essential to produce exceptional polyclonal antibodies (pABs). Polyclonal antibodies are produced from a mixture of B lymphocytes with different epitope affinities toward the same antigen. From start to finish, pAb development takes two to six months, though custom schedules may take more time.
The first step is to select the immunizing antigen. pAbs are not suitable for some applications and monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) may be more appropriate, as discussed in the next blog article.

The first step is to select the immunizing antigen. pAbs are not suitable for some applications and monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) may be more appropriate, as discussed in the next blog article.

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