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Totally Human

At Atlas Antibodies we have a very singular focus. It’s the complete human. From our facilities in Stockholm, Sweden, we manufacture and distribute highly characterized antibodies targeting all human proteins. Learn more about Atlas Antibodies

Working in close partnership with the Human Protein Atlas project, we are looking to complete the systematic exploration of the human proteome using antibodies. Learn more about HPA

Of the 20,000 protein coding genes in the human body we already have over 17,000 antibodies covering 15,000 gene products, supported by millions of images. So, if you’re interested in some human dialogue, why not talk with us. You’ll find we’re TOTALLY HUMAN. Watch video clip

sox11 antibody AMAb90502 Mantle cell lymphoma

Antibody of the Week

Our monoclonal Anti-SOX11 antibodies were developed as part of a collaboration project. The image shows Anti-SOX11 (AMAb90502) in Classic Mantle cell lymphoma.  Learn more

Triple A Polyclonals are designed to select the most suitable antigen for each target protein. Our unique affinity purification process, based on the recombinant antigen, then achieves the highest level of specificity, reliability and versatility. Each antibody is supported by an incomparable amount of annotated images from human tissues and cells, in IHC, WB and IF applications. Learn more

We also provide monoclonal antibodies to selected targets using the same stringent manufacturing and validation processes, including literature confirmation. Learn more

Join Our Team

April 17, 2014. Would you like to work at Altas Antibodies? We are now hiring a Systems Developer, Customer Services Assistant and Laboratory Engineer. Learn more

AACR 2014

April 14, 2014. Thank you to everyone who visited our booth at AACR! The exhibition package is available online for download. Learn more

Support - New Email

April 2, 2014. Starting today, email support at support@atlasantibodies.com. Learn more

Genes & Cancer 2014

March 27, 2014. Thank you to everyone who visited our booth at the Genes & Cancer Annual Meeting in Cambridge, UK! Learn more

Biomarker Webinar

March 3, 2014. Our Biomarker Discovery webinar is now available online. Watch webinar


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