Targeting all human proteins

Human Protein Atlas

The Human Protein Atlas (HPA) is a unique world-leading effort to map all the human proteins in cells, tissues, and organs in the human body using antibody-based imaging, mass spectrometry-based proteomics, transcriptomics, and systems biology.
The HPA consortium is engaged in the corona epidemic in various ways to aid in the fight against the health consequences of this pandemic outbreak.
Visit the the HPA website and explore tissue and cell expression patterns of known SARS-CoV-2 interacting human proteins.

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Human Protein Atlas

Primary Antibodies

Atlas Antibodies offer highly validated antibodies targeting all human proteins. Choose between over 21,000 primary antibodies for your research. Our antibodies are created using a unique antigen design for optimal specificity, affinity-purified using the immunogen and manufactured using a standardized production process to ensure the highest quality.

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Targeted Proteomics

Discover QPrESTs - Stable Isotope-Labeled protein standards for absolute quantification using Mass Spectrometry. QPrESTs offer high accuracy, are spiked in early in the workflow and are delivered ready-to-use. In our catalog, you can find QPrEST standards targeting the majority of the proteins in the human proteome.

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Our mission

Building on our heritage with the Human Protein Atlas project, we provide highly validated reagents that enable leading research in biology, diagnostics and medicine for the purpose of understanding and improving human health.

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Introducing QPrEST+

The latest addition to our product line for targeted proteomics

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How to determine the specificity of an antibody for Western Blot.

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