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Many people in the life science and medical communities will never have heard of HMGB1 or, to give it its full title, high mobility group box 1 protein. Despite this, it is the most common nuclear protein after the histones – with around a million copies per cell – and plays a key role in the body’s response to everything from trauma and infection to a stroke and heart attack.
The Monash Antibody Technologies Facility (MATF) in Victoria, Australia, has added a new dimension to its high throughput service, off ering screening for antibody functionality. This time-consuming phase is crucial for many projects, and can now be outsourced to MATF, where comprehensive and fl exible automation completes testing in a fraction of the time.