Host Cell Protein (HCP) Antibody Coverage Analysis Service

    HCP antibody coverage refers to the proportion of specific host cell proteins (HCPs) detected by antibodies during pharmaceutical production. HCPs are protein impurities that inevitably remain in the final product during the production of recombinant proteins or monoclonal antibodies using host cells (such as E. coli, mammalian cells, etc.). These HCPs may affect the safety and efficacy of the drug, and therefore must be removed or reduced to acceptable levels through specific purification steps.


    HCP antibody coverage analysis is based on the principle of antigen-antibody specific binding, by combining the HCPs in the sample with specific HCP antibodies, and then measuring the amount of the complex using other methods such as ELISA, 2D-DIGE, etc. By comparing with known concentrations of standards, the content of HCPs in the sample is determined. This process helps us understand how many different types of HCPs are recognized and detected by the antibodies, thereby evaluating the coverage of these antibodies.



    Razzazi-Fazeli, E. et al. Aflatoxins - Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 2011.

    Figure 1. HCP Antibody Coverage Analysis Based on 2D-DIGE


    With the increasing scale and complexity of biopharmaceutical production, HCP antibody coverage analysis has become a key step in the quality control of biopharmaceutical products. Moreover, by assessing the purity and quality consistency of the product, this method has broad application value in the biopharmaceutical industry. The company has established four HCP antibody coverage analysis technology platforms combining regulations and practical applications, including 2D-WB, 2D-DIGE, AAE-2D, and AAE-nanoLC-MS/MS, to ensure the accuracy of HCP antibody validity analysis and meet various research needs. Free project evaluation, welcome to learn more details!



    In the technical report, MtoZ Biolabs will provide you with detailed technical information, including:

    1. Experimental Procedures

    2. Relevant experimental Parameters

    3. Detailed Information on HCP Antibody Coverage Analysis

    4. Relevant Images

    5. Raw Data

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