Approximately One-third of Human Genes Have Monoclonal Antibodies and a Half of Human Genes Have Polyclonal Antibodies

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ExactAntigen.com releases antibody summaries indicating 13311 genes including 7352 human genes have monoclonal antibodies and 30434 genes including 12988 human genes have polyclonal antibodies

ExactAntigen.com, the premier reagent search engine for antibodies, siRNA/shRNA, cDNA clones, recombinant proteins and peptides, ELISA kits and assays, today releases antibody product information summaries. In ExactAntigen antibody product database 13311 genes including 7352 human genes have monoclonal antibodies, and 30434 genes including 12988 human genes have polyclonal genes.

Monolconal and polyclonal antibodies are invaluable tools to investigate the expressions and protein localizations of genes for all major diseases. The summaries indicate that about one-third of human genes have monoclonal antibodies and a half of human genes have polyclonal antibodies.

The summaries of antibody product information can be found in http://www.exactantigen.com/review/antibody.html

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Online since 2004, ExactAntigen.com strives to provide well-organized, complete, and up-to-date gene-specific reagent information for biomedical researchers through a simple and fast search interface.

To learn more about ExactAntigen.com, and its service, visit
http://www.exactantigen.com/about/about.html

For more information on this announcement, please contact:
Hanqing Xie, Ph. D.
ExactAntigen.com
609-558-2006
han@exactantigen.com

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