Harnessing the Power of Alpaca Antibodies: A Promising Frontier in Biomedical Research

Alpaca antibodies

Also known as nanobodies, are specialized antibodies derived from alpacas' immune systems. They are characterized by their small size and single-variable domain structure, making them highly specific for target molecules. Alpaca antibodies are valuable tools in biomedical research, diagnostics, and therapeutics due to their unique properties and versatile applications.



Diagnostic Assays

Alpaca antibodies are utilized in diagnostic assays for the detection and quantification of biomarkers associated with diseases such as cancer, infectious diseases, autoimmune disorders, and neurological disorders

Imaging Agents

Alpaca antibodies labeled with imaging probes such as fluorophores or radionuclides can be used as molecular imaging agents for visualizing specific targets in vivo.

Point-of-Care Diagnostics

Alpaca antibodies can be incorporated into rapid diagnostic tests and point-of-care devices for the detection of infectious diseases, biomarkers, or environmental contaminants


Small Size

Alpaca antibodies are significantly smaller than conventional antibodies, typically consisting of a single variable domain (VHH).


Alpaca antibodies are highly stable under a wide range of conditions, including temperature extremes, pH variations, and protease digestion


Alpaca antibodies are inherently soluble and exhibit low aggregation propensity, even at high concentrations.

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