Protein purification is at the heart of what we do.
Scripps Laboratories is a bulk manufacturer of high quality proteins and immunoreagents for the diagnostic industry and research community. Our expertise, experience, and commitment to producing the best possible products have led us to become one of the world’s premier providers of proteins and immunoreagents.
Experience and expertise aided growth into new fields.
Our expertise does not end with antigen purification alone. The success we achieved in the protein purification field led to the development of high quality monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies. And from there came the emergence of our diagnostic development / clinical assay group, which is available to assist you in your test development efforts.
Scripps Laboratories’ entire product line carries our commitment to excellence.
Today, the Scripps product line includes a broad range of purified human hormones, cardiac markers, cancer markers, plasma proteins, tissue proteins, monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies, animal hormones, biochemical reagents, as well as stabilizers, substrates, and diluents.
Contract with us for your custom project.
Our biochemical manufacturing and diagnostic development groups offer a range of contract services for the diagnostic, pharmaceutical, and research communities. These services include process development, immunoassay development and technology transfer, protein and antibody purification and evaluation, hybridoma development, and conjugation services (including colloidal gold and enzymes).
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To learn more about Scripps Laboratories, explore our website. We have an entire product listing with individual product details, including product specification sheets.
A keyword search function is also available on our search page. If you have different specification requirements, please contact us with your request.
Precaution: All human sourced materials have been tested and found negative for HIV-1, HIV-2, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C. Other tests can be performed as needed. Since no test can absolutely assure the absence of all infectious agents, these products should be handled as a potential biohazard.