Hybridoma Sequencing with Reptor
We have sequenced over
Hybridomas and counting
Hybridoma Sequencing Service
Next-generation sequencing (NGS) platforms provide high-throughput, comprehensive, and in-depth coverage of antibody sequences in your hybridomas.
Benefits of hybridoma sequencing by NGS:
Deep sequencing each hybridoma reveals contaminating, minor clones that confound other sequencing methods.
Protect your IP
Sequencing all hybridomas from your campaign reveals related sequences that can contribute to a stronger patent application.
Never lose a hybridoma
Knowing the sequence of your valuable hybridomas gives you peace of mind in the event of hybridoma loss.
Low sample requirements
The sensitivity of next-generation sequencing enables our process to start from as few as 10,000 cells.
Our Aim: Give you access to every relevant antibody
Amplification and Sequencing
- Full-length variable region sequencing
- Mouse & Rat (IgG/IgM, IgK/IgL)
- Human (all isotypes)
- Rabbit (IgG, IgK)
- Transgenics (varies)
Analysis using proprietary software
- Error Correction and Repertoire analysis
- Full sequencing data access
Hybridoma Sequencing Process
- RNA Extraction starting from vials or plate
- Barcoding and Amplification
- Sequencing and Data Filtering
- Error Correction and Repertoire Analysis using our proprietary software
- >10k cells per hybridoma
Sample submission formats: Cryovials and plates
- Read more on how to properly ship your hybridomas
Turnaround time: 3 weeks
Work performed 100% in the USA!
Dominant and Minor Sequences for each hybridoma
Automated CDR detection on each sequence
Clonality assessment for each hybridoma
Isotype readout per hybridoma
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Resources and Publications
Did you know many hybridomas are not monoclonal? We can determine clonality of your hybridoma with our process. Read more about a recent assessment of 185 hybridomas in When monoclonal antibodies are not monospecific: Hybridomas frequently express additional functional variable regions.