NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Antibody firm Abcam has developed a new next-generation sequencing-based workflow that it said could allow it to produce reagents to a variety of difficult to target proteins.

The method uses NGS to more thoroughly explore the antibody repertoire produced by rabbits than is possible in conventional rabbit hybridoma workflows, allowing the company to isolate and analyze molecules in what John Baker, Abcam's vice president, diagnostics and licensing, termed "the long tail of the immune response."

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