Published September 11, 2017
The TGEX™-eGFP vector is a green fluorescent reporter designed to monitor transfection efficiency during transient gene expression in mammalian cell suspensions culture. TGEX™-eGFP vector can be used as a single component during transfection to analyze transfection efficiency or at a lower level, between 5% and 10% of the total DNA, to measure efficiency during transient gene expression.
Published January 29, 2017
ntibody Design Labs is proud to announce the availability of the FAST-Licase™ cloning system. FAST-licase enables the ultra-fast cloning in just a few seconds of two or more DNA fragments by homologous recombination. This novel toolbox for the molecular biologist rethink traditional cloning with immense savings of both time and money.
Published July 01, 2016
hagemid vector pADL-100 is now available in store. The pADL-100™ phagemid series offers the highest levels of display and multivalency necessary for the successful selection of peptides of low to very low affinity. This new vector is your best choice for the display of peptide libraries.
Published October 01, 2015
The TGEX-SCblue vector let you transfer scFv fragments seamlessly between phage clones and an Fc fusion cassette thanks to a common double SfiI site, enabling easy and rapid validation of new antibodies as scFv-Fc fusions.
Published October 01, 2015
TheTGEX™ Vector Series is designed for the rapid transient expression of antibodies under varied formats (full antibodies, Fab fragments, Fc fusions, scFv-Fc fusions). Yields in widely available mammalian cell culture systems in suspension and serum-free conditions are between 10 mg/L and 100 m g/L in just a few days.
Published May 08, 2015
M13KO7d3 is a novel helper phage engineered for multivalent phage display. M13KO7d3 lacks a functional gene III driving the display of pIII-fusion proteins expressed by the phagemid. M13KO7d3 is similar to pIII-defective helpers such as Hyperphage, Ex-Phage or Phaberge that have been shown to increase display of scFv by a factor up to 100-fold and more.
Published April 07, 2015
hage-Competent™ cells are concentrated stabilized bacterial cells with multiple applications in phage display. These cells can undergo multiple freeze-thaw cycles without losing their titer and can be expanded without latency to generate large volumes of cells ready for transduction. Phage infectivity is usually equal or higher than infectivity measured on bacteria freshly prepared and transduction gives more reliable and reproducible numbers of cfu and pfu. Today we are pleased to make TG1 and SS320 cells available under this new format.
Published November 24, 2013
hagemid vectors pADL-20c, pADL-22c, and pADL-23c are now available in store. To get full advantage of the amber suppression for expression of soluble antibodies and direct detection without sub-cloning, we adjusted the level of expression to match the high expression vector pCOMB3, a popular phagemid known for its robust display and moderate toxicity. A transcription terminator has been added after gene III to prevent excessive production of beta-lactamase during induction period.
Published March 26, 2013
CM13 Interference-Resistant Helper Phage is a new, well-characterized mutant of M13KO7 producing on average twice as many virions than M13KO7 with the same level of display. CM13 is well-tolerated by the bacterial host and is compatible all filamentous phage display systems. Our new formulation gives you enough helper to surperinfect up to 1,000 ml of bacterial culture.
Published October 30, 2012
ew versions of the pADL phagemid vectors pADL-20b, pADL-22b, and pADL-23b are now available. The sequence of the Amp(R) gene sequence has been modified, allowing the cloning site to be opened by either SfiI or BglI restriction enzyme. This modification results in lower background during cloning and brings more flexibility for designing libraries. The pADL vector series is a collection of phagemid vectors for controlled display on the minor coat protein III which combines HIS tag for purification, epitope tag for detection and amber stop codon for conditional display. Expression of the fusion protein is tightly controlled, eliminating issues with toxic clones and library misrepresentation.