Looking for an antibody or information on antibodies?

The Antibody Resource Page antibody at antibodyresource.com
Sun Mar 15 04:31:35 EST 1998


The Antibody Resource Page (http://www.antibodyresource.com/) is an
invaluable website to researchers and educators.  

Here is just some of what can be found on the page:

1. How to Find an Antibody - a variety of ways on and off the web to
find the antibody you are looking for.  There are links to free search
engines that allow you to search a multitude of companies for the
specific antibody you need.

2. Online Companies - links to over 110 companies that sell antibodies
or antibody related products.  Is your company listed on this page?

3. Antibody Image Gallery - animated antibody pictures are available

4. Bulletin Board - Have a question?  Then stop by and post a message.

5. Educational Resources - a variety of new links have been added.There
are links to pages on immunochemistry, antibody production,
autoimmunity, vaccines, immunology and much more.  This page is divided
up into sections on research, educational, and health resources.

6. The latest in antibody news - Get up-to-date,
antibody-relatedarticles on topics from academia and industry.

7.  Online databanks and databases - links to online protein and nucleic
acid sequencing databases.  Invaluable to biochemists and molecular
biologists who work with antibodies.

Check it all out at: 

http://www.antibodyresource.com/

ps.  Don't forget to visit our current sponsor, Research Diagnostics,
Inc.(http://www.researchd.com/absort1.htm).  RDI sells a wide variety of
antibodies for nearly every need.

pps. Are you interested in being a sponsor on the Antibody Resource Page
(ARP)?  Nearly half of the visitors come to find commercially available
antibodies.  If you are a company that sells antibodies and want to
increase webtraffic to your site, email the antibody resource page to
find out about sponsorship:  antibody at antibodyresource.com  

ppps.  The ARP was voted among the top 25 biotechnology webpages for
1997 by Genetic Engineering News!



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