To enhance the antigenicity and the epitope presentation of small molecules the usage of different conjugation methods is recommended. The antigenicity can enhance, when the antigen is bound to a carrier like KLH, Ovalbumin, Thyroglobulin, BSA or Dextran. DNA as a small molecule is handled differently. The preparation of the DNA for the immunization is done in multiple steps. Please write us an email for further information.
To receive a better immune response with small proteins a conjugation of the antigen to a carrier is recommended. First this ensures that the antigen is larger. In addition multiple epitopes are presented on one carrier. The immune response is usually much higher with conjugated small proteins < 10 kDa.
|Cat.No||P105 (1 protein)||P111 (1 protein)|
|Antigen||Protein from Customer||Protein from Customer|
|Recommended for||Small Proteins < 10 kDa||Small Proteins with low Antigenicity|
|Conjugation||1 Conjugation||3 Conjugations|
|Conjugation with||Hydroxylation (-OH)|
|Price||Price List||Price on demand|
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Davids prepares your DNA for direct immunization. Please contact us for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A conjugation of small molecules with carriers is highly recommended to increase the antigenicity. Please provide us with the antigen structure so we can have a look what kind of carrier and conjugation method fits for the antigen.
For toxins we recommend the introduction into liposomes to reduce toxicity. Profit from our toxin immunization schedule.
You can get your offer for the preparation of small molecules here: email@example.com. We recommend to contact us before you send small molecules to receive the best options available for your antigen.
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As an alternative to small proteins you can use peptides that represent your protein. If you want to order peptide antibodies just send us your protein sequence and we suggest you peptides that represent your protein. For more information: Peptide Antibodies