Run Successful Experiments with the Right Antibody
We use AI to screen the literature for published antibodies so you don’t have to
In partnership with the world's leading scientific publishers
Backed by Google's AI fund
It’s hard to find the right antibody. We know. We’ve been there.
So we spent three years building a machine learning platform to decode comprehensive open- and closed-access datasets, display published figures with no commercial bias, and let you search by experimental variables.
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Save time by scanning the literature in minutes, not days
See published figures from more than 7 million open- and closed-access papers, including journals from Springer Nature and Wiley.
Literature Review For Each Antibody
Reduce uncertainty with unbiased data for your specific experiments
Search by protein target and filter by technique and 15 other options, using machine learning technology endorsed by Google’s Gradient Ventures.
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