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Sigma-Aldrich and Atlas Antibodies Announce 2,300 New, Highly Validated Prestige Antibodies(RM)
Date:6/23/2009

Additions to the Human Protein Atlas, available exclusively through Sigma-Aldrich, bring the portfolio to over 6,100 antibodies powered by Atlas Antibodies

ST. LOUIS, June 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Sigma-Aldrich (Nasdaq: SIAL) today announced the release of over 2,300 antibody additions to its Prestige Antibodies(R) powered by Atlas Antibodies product line (www.sigma.com/prestige), bringing the total number of highly validated antibodies to over 6,100. Developed by the Human Proteome Resource, these antibodies are available to customers immediately through an exclusive partnership between Sigma-Aldrich and Atlas Antibodies. Prestige Antibodies can provide significant time and cost savings for researchers because they are optimized on a single protocol, resulting in efficient and effective applications.

This addition to the Prestige Antibodies product line is a step toward the Human Proteome Resource's goal to develop at least one antibody to all 22,000 non-redundant human proteins by 2015.

"With this latest addition to the Prestige Antibodies line, Sigma-Aldrich has significantly expanded our antibody offerings, the latest step in our long-term plan to lead the industry in high-quality antibody content," said Dr. David Smoller, President of Sigma-Aldrich's Research Biotech Business Unit. "Our highly validated Prestige Antibodies are ideal for a number of applications, and with our unique online tools we help scientists figure out how to best incorporate them into prospective experiments."

Prestige Antibodies are supported by the publicly available data of the Human Protein Atlas (HPA), part of HUPO's Human Antibody Initiative. Multiple quality assurance testing steps ensure that Prestige Antibodies are highly sp
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