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HuProt™: The world’s largest collection of full-length human proteins made from a comprehensive and thoroughly validated library. In addition to being the most powerful tool ever created for mapping antigen-specific immunity, HuProt arrays have been used to evaluate DNA & RNA nucleotide binding, antibody specificity, small molecule binding, protein-protein interactions, and more to properly folded human proteins. HuProt microarrays are available for direct purchase or as part of CDI contract research services.  Learn more…

Our Virion Display (VirD™) microarrays use a patented system to synthesize important drug targets with proper folding and function for cleaner and more reliable data. Our first version contains 160 non-odorant G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) and is useful for drug development and functional assays as reported in Nature Communications. VirD microarrays are available for direct purchase, or as part of CDI contract research services.  Learn more…

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High-throughput human autoantibody discovery service. Our new HuScan™ technology provides epitope-level antibody discovery versus the entire human proteome. ANTYGEN™ HuScan™ service allows us to analyze patient samples (serum, plasma, CSF, etc.) for the presence of autoantibodies against the full UniProt human proteome in a single-well assay with quantitative sequencing readouts. This product is available as a service to both academic and industry customers.  Learn more…

Video: “Phage Immunoprecipitation Sequencing (PhIP-Seq)”

SARS-CoV-2 antibody detection platforms. 3 separate configurations enabling researchers, pharmaceutical companies, and vaccine developers to closely monitor the immune effects induced by COVID-19 disease, vaccines, and therapies.  Learn more…

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