Gentaur Antibodies

Antibodies, also known as immunoglobulins, are Y-shaped proteins produced by the immune system in response to the presence of foreign substances called antigens. These proteins play a crucial role in the immune response by recognizing and binding to specific antigens, marking them for destruction by other immune cells. Antibodies are highly specific, with each type able to recognize a particular antigen. Antibodies are an important tools in research, diagnostics, and therapy.

 -In research, antibodies are used to identify and quantify proteins in complex mixtures, allowing scientists to study various biological processes.

 -In diagnostics, they are used in tests to detect the presence of specific antigens or antibodies in patient samples, aiding in the diagnosis of diseases such as infectious diseases and autoimmune disorders.

 -In therapy, antibodies can be engineered to target and neutralize specific antigens, offering targeted treatments for conditions such as cancer and autoimmune diseases.