Enabling Scientific Reproducibility with Antibodies: Validation, Standards, & Technology


Due to their widespread use as an immunodetection regent in life science experiments, the spotlight has been keenly focussed on the reproducibility of antibodies.

In recent years a wide range of strategies have been employed to help ensure enhanced understanding of what is meant by antibody reproducibility and how is it best determined. These have included:

In recent years a wide range of strategies have been employed to help ensure enhanced understanding of what is meant by antibody reproducibility and how is it best determined.

This conference will focus on:

  • The development of widely acknowledged validation standards
  • The introduction of new technologies to enable higher validation standards
  • The contribution that can be made with recombinant technology
  • The role of funding bodies and peer-review journals in enforcing standards
  • The steps the research community and commercial suppliers can take to promote the use of quality reagents and enhanced reporting of results
Enabling Scientific Reproducibility with Antibodies: Validation, Standards, & Technology
Date and Time
Location

Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
Robinson Way
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB2 0RE

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