We have commercialised our Seprion™ BSE product, with a US partner, and this dominates the worldwide market for prion disease testing.
For diagnosis, detection and research studies it is very difficult to differentiate the abnormal aggregated form of the proteins from the normal unaggregated form. To address this problem, we have developed polymeric ligands (our Seprion™ range) which only bind to the abnormal or altered aggregated form of the protein.
The Seprion™ ligands have been proven to bind abnormal prion, β-amyloid, α-synuclein, tau, huntingtin and aggregated p53 in cancer cells.
They can also be used to monitor the aggregation state of manufactured therapeutic proteins such as antibodies.
Our Seprion™ ligands are supplied coated onto magnetic beads or onto 96-well microplates which gives the researcher the flexibility of separation and assay format.
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