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About SDIX

SDIX is a wholly owned subsidiary of OriGene Technologies, specializing in high quality, large-scale GMP antibody production.  For over 20 years, SDIX has been a leading immuno-solutions company, developing results-oriented and innovative antibody-based solutions that enable customers to meet high performance research, diagnostic and commercialization objectives.

The OriGene/SDIX antibody collection includes over 10,000 antibodies with options for large scale GMP production in support of diagnostic reagent manufacturing.  Products include critical reagents such as Strep A, cTnI, CRP, Apo A1, ApoB, Micro-albumin and Calibrators. For IHC applications, UltraMAB antibodies are the only class of antibodies validated for mono-specificity. SDIX also provides both polyclonal and monoclonal antibody development and production services, including long term supply of monoclonal antibodies for IVD and drug development applications as well as goat, sheep and rabbit polyclonal antibodies.  In the life science market, SDIX’s technology and capabilities are being used to help discover disease mechanisms, facilitate development of new drugs, and provide antibodies and assays utilized in the diagnosis of disease.



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