Antibody Protein Sequencing
Lost your hybridoma? Want to recreate an antibody? We can help!
- Full-length antibody sequencing using Valens™.
- Free isoleucine and leucine determination.
- >10 years of experience in antibody sequencing.
- Low sample input: 100µg at >90% purity.
- All work is performed in the USA.
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Antibody Protein Sequencing Process
**Check out our recent blog post that summarizes when to use antibody sequencing services. Also, read our publication on how we resurrected a clinical antibody.
Full-length amino acid sequences for heavy and light chain.
An interactive, web-based report of the entire antibody sequence.
Coverage analysis demonstrating support for each predicted amino acid.
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Protein Sequence Confirmation
Abterra Bio also offers an antibody sequence confirmation service using Valens to help determine if the produced antibody matches the intended gene sequence.
- Sequence confirmation is a distinct process from de novo sequencing to confirm the translated protein product matches your genetic sequence.
- Identify the translation boundaries and post-translational processing events of your sequence.
Recombinant Protein Confirmation
- Access how well the expressed protein matches the intended gene sequence.
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11588 Sorrento Valley Rd
San Diego, CA 92121
Valens builds on over a decade of algorithm development including ideas invented at the University of California – San Diego Center for Computational Mass Spectrometry. For background on our methods check out these publications:
- Guthals, et al. (2012). Shotgun protein sequencing with meta-contig assembly. Mol Cell Proteomics, 11, 10:1084-96.
- Castellana, et al. (2011). Resurrection of a clinical antibody: template proteogenomic de novo proteomic sequencing and reverse engineering of an anti-lymphotoxin-α antibody. Proteomics, 11, 3:395-405.
- Castellana, et al. (2010). Template proteogenomics: sequencing whole proteins using an imperfect database. Mol Cell Proteomics, 9, 6:1260-70.