The 4th EuroMAbNet Antibody Validation Workshop will bring together highly specialized scientists in antibody technology experts with PhD students and young scientists who use antibodies in their research. At the Workshop a set of criteria and recommendations will be offered that will help researchers to select the most effective antibodies from those available in the market, as well as the strategic guidance needed to perform any essential antibody validation, which includes verifying antibody specificity, selectivity, sensitivity and reproducibility.
The 4th EuroMAbNet Antibody Validation Workshop will be held as a satellite event within the Core Technologies for Life Sciences (CTLS) meeting 2018. This four-day meeting is focus on all facets of core facility operations, management and specific technologies that are of interest to core facility staff.
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Are you interested in learn how to validate your antibody?
EuroMAbNet has published an article and created easily followed "Guidelines" that provide a set of criteria and recommendations that will help you to select the most effective mAbs from those available in the market and provide the strategic guidance needed to perform any essential antibody validation.
EuroMAbNet represents the first European network of laboratories linked to academic Institutions, each having an internationally recognized reputation in the production and use of monoclonal antibodies.
EuroMAbNet provide an arena in which people working in the field of monoclonal antibody production and technology can exchange knowledge, share the most up-to-date methodology and create common strategies to both standardize and improve the production of properly validated monoclonal antibodies.
EuroMAbNet has recently published a position paper, and Ab validation guidelines providing criteria and recommendations aimed at helping researchers to select the most effective mAbs from those available in the market, and the guidance needed to perform effective antibody validation.