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Strategic Diagnostics Launches Initial Oncology-Targeted Antibody Reagent Catalog
Date:10/2/2007

ity when compared to reagents produced through traditional methods.

The SEQer catalog of antibodies addresses a number of well-known challenges associated with currently available reagents. Specifically, deficiencies in the ability to replicate the three dimensional conformation of target proteins through synthetic immunogens have resulted in reagents that do not reliably recognize or differentiate their intended targets. This, in turn, limits reagent performance and creates a level of uncertainty regarding the data produced with traditionally produced reagents. The SEQer antibody is focused on addressing the loss of productivity in research and development endeavors.

"The performance of our SEQer antibodies has been demonstrated with our many private and public collaborators in numerous assays," Mr. Knight said. "The programs have included significantly large screens for oncology markers and the ability to stain disease-associated proteins across thousands of clinical biopsy samples. More targeted studies have shown the ability to differentiate highly conserved proteins in cell sorting assays, the ability to react with traditionally elusive proteins of interest, and be directed through SDI's design algorithms to target functional sites in monoclonal applications."

SDI's GAT-produced antibodies are significantly better than traditional protein/peptide-produced antibodies, as they are produced in vivo by the host animal's natural immune system, and are therefore able to behave both chemically and mechanically as any naturally produced antibody would.

Oncology Focus

The SEQer oncology-focused portfolio is comprised of antibody tools that target proteins associated with cancer pathogenesis and progression, thereby succeeding in delivering usable data for more proteins and in more applications. SDI strategically focused on the area of oncology, as more than half of NIH-funded research and the majority of proteomic efforts are currently focu
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