Cell Signaling Technology Using Proteomics and NGS to Isolate Monoclonal Antibodies in Human Plasma | GenomeWeb

Biotech firm Cell Signaling Technology has begun applying its proteomics-based antibody discovery platform to human donors, isolating circulating human monoclonal antibodies from plasma.

The technology, which combines mass spec-based proteomics and next-generation sequencing to identify antigen-specific antibody sequences, could prove useful for vaccine research and developing human monoclonal antibodies for therapeutic use, among other applications, CST chief scientific officer Roberto Polakiewicz told ProteoMonitor.

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