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San Diego is a hot spot for biotech companies. The strong presence of life science research facilities in San Diego such as Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute, Scripps Research Institute, Salk Institute for Biomedical Studies, and the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) provides a strong R&D knowledge base and fosters innovation in the biotech industry. Thanks to this strong biotech community, there are over 300 local biotech companies in San Diego working together to provide expertise to solve health issues on a global scale. ProSci is proud to be a local San Diego antibody company devoted to R&D and committed to design, development and production of high performance antibodies.

Why choose ProSci as your local antibody company?

As your San Diego biotech company we offer quality products because of our local in-house animal facilities and labs. ProSci custom antibody production process starts with immunization and bleeds at our USDA licensed and NIH/OLAW assured animal facilities in Ramona. Our bleeds and other biological products are then immediately sent for processing at our laboratories in Poway which is less than 15 miles away. once processing is complete our antibodies are shipped directly to our clients. Other antibodies companies have animal facilities out of the country or facilities located in different states from their labs. This kind of journey puts products at risk of lower quality since biological products like antibodies traveling far distances may degrade to time or temperature. Choosing a local San Diego antibody company like us means that you get a higher-quality product.
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12170 Flint Place
Poway, CA 92064, USA


Toll-Free: +1 (888) 513 9525
Phone: +1 (858) 513 2638
Fax: +1 (858) 513 2692
Email: info@prosci-inc.com
 
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