Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) May 24, 2016
Molecular Devices, LLC, a leader in protein and cell biology technologies, today announced the launch of XP Media and CloneMedia for mouse hybridoma generation, a complete solution that supports all stages of hybridoma cell line development, from antibody discovery to production. The development and proliferation of high-secreting clones will enable more efficient workflows by increasing the number and quality of candidates moved on to the scale-up stage.
“During the last decade, production of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) and recombinant proteins using mammalian cells have led to an increased introduction of biotherapeutic proteins. However, high development costs, stringent regulatory requirements, and long approval time are restraining growth of new discoveries to market,” said Sarah Vargas-Hurlston, Director of Drug Discovery Marketing at Molecular Devices. “Our new media will reduce overall costs by reducing time to market through significant reduction in the time spent on sub-cloning steps and by eliminating the masking of potentially valuable slow-growing clones.”
The launch builds upon 10+ years of experience with Molecular Devices comprehensive, high-throughput colony picking and screening technology including XP Media, CloneMedia, CloneDetect, CloneSelect™ Imager, and ClonePix™ 2 System. This optimally-formulated media maximizes productivity and minimizes hands-on time, shortening the time to market for novel antibody therapeutics.
About Molecular Devices, LLC
Molecular Devices is one of the world's leading providers of high-performance bioanalytical measurement systems, software and consumables and is dedicated to helping customers unravel the complexity of biological systems. Included within a broad product portfolio are platforms for high-throughput screening, genomic and cellular analysis, colony selection and microplate detection. These innovative instruments, combined with scientific expertise, assays, and analytics tools for protein and cell biology, enable scientists to explore life’s most important questions. The company is headquartered in Silicon Valley, California with offices around the globe.
For more information, visit: http://www.moleculardevices.com/grow-hybridomas