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Residual Protein A Detection Kit

The Residual Protein A Detection Kit is intended for the detection and quantitation of recombinant Protein A or other Protein A constructs such as MabSelect SuRe TM . It has been developed as a…

High throughput sialylation screening on Octet label free-instrument for expediting clone selection process in cell line development

Explore more about the high-throughput method for relative screening of terminal sialic acid content was developed on the Octet platform to expedite cell line development.

OneStep Injection technology – SPR-based screening and characterization

OneStep provides the information content equivalent to the first three steps in a traditional SPR fragment screen using a single injection per fragment.

The next generation of SPR-based interaction analysis

Pioneer SPR systems from ForteBio employ a novel gradient injection technology that combines the accuracy and sensitivity of traditional SPR analysis with the benefits of simpler assay set-up,…

Octet QKe System

The Octet® QKe system is the enhanced-performance version of the first-generation Octet QK instrument from the Octet family of label-free biomolecular interaction analysis instruments. Two…

Octet RED96 System

ForteBio’s Octet® RED96 system is a multi-functional, label-free, real-time analysis instrument. It is ideal for rapidly measuring concentration of proteins and other biomolecules, measuring kinetics…

Immunogenicity of a Prefusion HIV-1 Envelope Trimer in Complex with a Quaternary-Structure-Specific Antibody

Cheng C, et al., 90(6):2740-55, J Virol., 2015 The HIV-1 envelope trimer (Env) is the main target of virus-directed neutralizing antibodies. One of the commonly used glycoprotein-mimics of HIV-1 Env…

Conserved Role of an N-Linked Glycan on the Surface Antigen of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Modulating Virus Sensitivity to Broadly Neutralizing Antibodies against the Receptor and Coreceptor Binding Sites

Townsley S, et al., 28;90(2):829-41, J Virol., 2015 Earlier studies have reported that the removal of a potential N-linked glycan (PNLG) site at amino acid residue 197 (N7) in the conserved region…

Restoring Anticancer Immune Response by Targeting Tumor-Derived Exosomes With a HSP70 Peptide Aptamer

Gobbo J, et al., 108(3). pii: djv330, J Natl Cancer Inst, 2015 According to recent studies, myeloid-derived suppressor cells (MDSCs) suppress tumor immunity of cancer patients. Exosomes are cell-…

The Structural Basis of DNA Binding by the Single-stranded DNA-binding Protein from Sulfolobus Solfataricus

Gamsjaeger R, et al., 465(2):337-46, Biochem J, 2015 Single-stranded DNA-binding proteins (SSBs) are a class of proteins that are present in all organisms. SSBs are known to have one or more…

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