Thanks to a success rate of over 98% on more than 300 monoclonal antibody generations, ProteoGenix is able to offer the strongest guarantees on the market for hybridoma development. Sharing this success with you by proposing the charge only upon success in your application and in your hands makes us particularly proud!
Why choose ProteoGenix for
your hybridoma development ?
You test purified antibodies and pay only if you are satisfied! Best guarantees on the market!
High success rate
More than 300 monoclonal antibody generation and over 98% success rate!
Immunization approach diversity
Protein, peptide, DNA immunization… We carry out all types of immunization strategies!
ProteoGenix applies the highest ethical standards and is engaged for responsible animal use in science.
Screening in target application
Developing a diagnostic tool? Flow cytometry, Sandwich ELISA, IHC, IF, IP, WB… Your antibody is guaranteed in the application of your choice!
Therapeutic antibody expert
Looking for therapeutic antibody development? Reformatting (bispecific, ADC), humanization, affinity maturation… Use our wide range of services and go straight to the clinic!
Choose your guaranteed hybridoma development package
Which application do you need a monoclonal antibody for? Click on the corresponding application below to discover the content and guarantees of our hybridoma development packages.
|Package name||Code||Gene synthesis & antigen production||Immunization, fusion, ELISA screening & subcloning||Screening in application||Purified Ab production||Antibody conjugation & ELISA pair identification|
|Premium ELISA guaranteed||ATX-PACK2M||X||X||X|
|Premium WB guaranteed||ATX-PACK3M||X||X||X||X|
|Premium Flow Cytometry guaranteed||ATX-PACK4M||X||X||X||X|
|Premium ELISA Sandwich guaranteed||ATX-PACK5M||X||X||X||X||X|
|Premium IF guaranteed||ATX-PACK6M||X||X||X||X|
|Premium IP guaranteed||ATX-PACK7M||X||X||X||X|
|Modification specific guaranteed package||ATX-PACK9M||X||X||X|
|Premium IHC guaranteed||ATX-PACK10M||X||X||X|
Hybridoma development testimonials
“We collaborated on a project on generating a monoclonal antibody that recognizes a one-amino-acid mutation in a cancer-associated cell-surface protein. Although the project was technically challenging, we succeeded in generating a hybridoma clone that produced the desired antibody. In the course of the project, we found additional clones that recognized adjacent epitopes and ProteoGenix put forth an effort to perform additional subclonings in order to ensure the delivery of clones that perfectly work. In summary, ProteoGenix always strived to ensure maximal quality of the product and customer satisfaction, and the account Manager provided prompt and competent support at any time.”
Dr. rer. nat. Rudolf Übelhart, Project Leader, Ulm Institute of Immunology
“I requested ProteoGenix’s services for the generation of an anti-peptide monoclonal antibody to be used in my research. I required the antibody primarily for western blotting and immunoprecipitation experiments. Although the peptide antigen proved challenging in terms of immunogenicity, ProteoGenix was able to propose a range of customised strategies to overcome production issues encountered and finally succeeded in generating not only one but three antibodies of interest, thus offering me extra options in terms of final choice and use. During the whole project, Proteogenix strived to ensure maximal quality and to adapt to my needs, and my Account Manager always provided prompt and helpful services and solutions. I can highly commend both the level of expertise and the service I received.”
Dr. David Pryce, Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences (Immunology), Bangor University, UK
Our hybridoma development service content
Definition of the most relevant immunization strategy.
Antigen design: peptide synthesis, gene synthesis & protein production in 2 systems or DNA Immunization.
Immunization of 5 mice with our optimized proprietary protocol
Collection of the splenocytes from 2 mice for 2 fusions with a myeloma cell line
Hybridoma selection and screening (polyclonal stage)
Hybrid cells selection (HAT selection)
Culture supernatant screening vs. target antigen (ELISA screening)
Isolation and selection of the best monoclones
Isolation of monoclones by limiting dilution.
Expansion and screening of the monoclones by ELISA or in target application.
Case study: hybridoma development for the detection of a human cell membrane protein
AIM OF THE PROJECT
A customer requested the production of a monoclonal antibody for the detection of a human cell membrane protein. Design of the antigen was particularly challenging as the protein was known to be difficult to express in mammalian cells.
Application guaranteed: Flow cytometry
ANTIGEN DESIGN AND PRODUCTION
A protein fragment estimated as the possible extra-cellular domain and possible to express in mammalian cells was designed.
The corresponding gene was designed and optimized for mammalian cell expression.
Mammalian cells were transfected with a plasmid expressing the target protein coupled to GFP.
Protein expression was performed both in HEK293 and in CHO cell lines. Final production was performed in HEK.
Production method: protein secreted in culture supernatant
Quantity produced: 0.86mg
A final QC was performed by SDS-PAGE.
ANIMAL IMMUNIZATION AND SCREENING
5 mice were immunized with 4 injections containing the protein antigen. More information about the protocol are given in the complete report.
FC results of the mice serum tested against the immunogen:
|Sample tested||Positive control||Mouse 3||Mouse 4|
|Mice serum after 3rd injection||90%||42%||29%|
|Mice serum after 4th injection||76%||47%|
Results for the other mice are provided in the completed report.
Mouse 3 demonstrated the best immunogenic reactivity against the antigen in FC.
As our project includes 2 fusions, both mice 3 and 4 were selected to perform fusion.
SUPERNATANT SAMPLES AFTER FUSION (MOUSE 4): TEST IN ELISA
|Confirming screening after fusion|
24 positive clones were selected in ELISA.
Determination of the best clones for FC is done directly in the target application.
SUPERNATANT SAMPLES AFTER FUSION (MOUSE 4): TEST IN FC
Details about the protocol are provided in the complete report.
|FC result / %||37.48||1.27||20.27||62.50||1.18||11.40||1.38|
|FC result / %||75.09||1.01||6.50||56.76||73.16||1.18||1.09|
|FC result / %||1.07||1.05||1.49||6.75||71.92||1.18||1.02|
|FC result / %||1.04||1.01||7.36||80.73|
11 positive clones were obtained after fusion in FC. These clones were subcloned for further antibody production.
Similar ELISA and FC analysis were performed on mouse 3. 14 positive clones were obtained after FC. Results are available in the complete report.
30 clones were selected by our customer for further production. Supernatant samples were tested in ELISA and FC after 2 subcloning steps. Results are provided in the complete report.
We succeeded in producing a difficult-to-express protein in sufficient quantities to develop monoclonal antibodies. Several expression tests with several mammalian cells strains were performed to reach this goal.
The immunization protocol in mice allowed us to develop good antibodies against the antigen.
After 2 fusions, 30 hybridomas/clones detecting the antigen in flow cytometry were produced.
30 clones and 30 purified antibodies were delivered to our customer.
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What are the advantages of hybridoma development for antibody generation?
Hybridoma technology revolutionized the whole biotechnological field by providing a method allowing unlimited and reproducible monoclonal antibody production. Today, hybridoma development is still a reference method for the high sensitivity antibody generation. Therefore, hybridoma technology remains the best technique for assay development. It represents also a good alternative to phage display for therapeutic antibody development. However, administration of monoclonal antibodies produced by hybridoma technology lead to severe side effects due to their mouse origin. Thanks to recent advances in antibody engineering, the immunogenic mouse components can be reduced by a so-called antibody humanization process. Coupled to further affinity maturation, this global process can be highly relevant to generate optimized humanized antibodies suitable for therapeutic applications.