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Target Identification for Antibody Drug Discovery

Identify targets using the most comprehensive set
of genome-wide screening tools available.

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Target discovery involves the identification of specific genes or proteins that play a key role in disease. We offer a complete set of genome-modifying screening tools, including CRISPR and shRNA modalities, to facilitate target identification for monoclonal antibody screening. These tools can be combined with a wide array of cellular and biochemical tools to fast-track target validation and therapeutic development. 


Therapeutic Antibody Target Discovery

Therapeutic Antibody Target Discovery

Selecting the Right Target

The process of target discovery typically involves several stages, starting with a comprehensive analysis of the disease pathology and its underlying molecular mechanisms. Our functional genomic screening tools enable modulation of hundreds or thousands of genes in a single experiment to identify therapeutic targets, facilitating selection of the optimal target.


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