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April 1st, 2004

Antibodies, Inc. To Produce Quantum Dot Conjugates

Abstract:
Antibodies Incorporated, Davis, Calif., announced today that they are immediately commencing shipment of quantum dot-based secondary antibody, Streptavidin, Protein A and Protein G conjugates as well as launching a custom quantum dot conjugation service. Using EviTagsŪ from Evident Technologies, Inc., these conjugates will be made ready-to-use for researchers in biology, life-sciences, drug discovery, disease diagnostics, proteomics, and genomics.

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Antibodies, Inc. & Evident Technologies

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