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Antibody development: selma™

A New Generation in Antibody Development

Universität Potsdam

Flexible, fast and specific antibody generation

Genetic engineering of mammalian cells

Assay development using antibodies

The Immunotechnology group at the University of Potsdam © Gerhard Westrich
Artificial cell surface marker on hybridoma cells with corresponding antibody - part of selmaTM - a novel selection strategy

Fast! Direct! Specific!

Are you ready to enter a new era of antibody generation?

Antibodies are wonderful and reliable tools but the generation so far is tedious and resource wasting. To select suitable antibodies is a highly complex task - time to move forward and use technologies which are future-oriented rather than old-fashioned.

We build up a universal comprehensive approach to generate antibody molecules in a fast and smart manner. We created novel transgenic fusion cell lines with an artificial cell surface marker to connect the producing hybridoma with the corresponding secreted antibody. This allows a fast, direct and specific screening for the desired producing cells.

This principle is so simple and wonderful - can we use it for other approaches as well? Yes, we can! We created a camelid naive library and established a novel type of screening. With this approach we can easily select just nanobodies or full length camelid antibodies or camelid/human/murine chimeras - chose your favorite format!

The Immunotechnology group at the University of Potsdam © Gerhard Westrich

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The Immunotechnology group at the University of Potsdam © Gerhard Westrich

Artificial cell surface marker on hybridoma cells with corresponding antibody - part of selmaTM - a novel selection strategy

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Artificial cell surface marker on hybridoma cells with corresponding antibody - part of selmaTM - a novel selection strategy

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assay development
immunodetection

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Biotechnology
Pharma

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The Immunotechnology group at the University of Potsdam © Gerhard Westrich

Antibody development: selma™

A New Generation in Antibody Development

Universität Potsdam