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LAMPIRE specializes in custom polyclonal & monoclonal antibody development, secondary antibodies, IgGs, BSA, animal blood, tissues & organs, normal & disease state human serums & plasmas, cell media & cell culture bags. Our technical support services include free antigen review & design, peptide synthesis, purification, custom conjugation & immunoassay development. LAMPIRE is an accredited, US manufacturer of high-quality, competitively priced products & services.


Product Categories

Biological Products

  • Donor Animal Products
  • Abattoir Animal Products
  • Human Blood Products

Purified Proteins & Reagents

  • BSA
  • Immunoglobulins
  • Secondary Antibodies
  • Lobster Hemocyanin
  • Glycoproteins
  • Stroma

Specialty Products

  • Cell Culture Media
  • Viral Transport Media
  • OMNI C3® Cell Culture Bags
  • COVID-19 Antibodies
  • RNA Lysis Buffer

Donkey serum

Item Number 7332100
  • Product Category: Biological Products
  • Country Origin: DOMESTIC
  • Gender: GENDER UNSPECIFIED
  • Species: Donkey
  • Item Type: CONTROL SERUM
  • Source: DONOR
  • Processing: FILTERED

WHY LAMPIRE?

HIGH-QUALITY PRODUCTS & SERVICES:

Our cGMP compliant Quality System drives our production processes and monitors our customer service associates, to ensure consistent, high-level performance.

SPEED & FLEXIBILITY:

We understand the importance of project timelines. Our systems allow us to rapidly customize to your needs and project those timelines accurately. These are established prior to initiation and are monitored continuously. As priorities change we provide the ability to rapidly respond and adjust accordingly. Specialized facilities give us the ability to focus on the end goal of your project.

COMPETITIVE INNOVATION:

Our entrepreneurial vision enables us to foster innovation and creativity thus creating the highest quality products, and provide value to our customers. LAMPIRE is constantly looking into cutting edge technologies, which help our clients reduce their costs while further optimizing processes.

CUSTOMIZATION:

LAMPIRE has the ability to customize nearly all of our products and services to meet precise specifications, protocols and/or downstream requirements. By sharing your goals with LAMPIRE, our experts will help you work through any issue with FREE technical support. Our LAMPIRE client focused team will be by your side, with prompt communication and advocacy, from the receipt of your first inquiry to completion of your order, and beyond.

COST SAVINGS:

Our multiple facilities allow us to deliver the highest quality products and services at reduced costs. With our ability to do in-house testing and immunochemistry, offer custom protocols and cutting edge technologies, LAMPIRE can cut manufacturing costs by saving our clients both time and money.

✔ Experienced technical partner with over 42 years servicing the life science industry

✔ Customizable products available to meet your specifications

✔ Knowledgeable and responsive sales and customer service staff

✔ Competitive pricing, from research sized to bulk quantities

✔ Quality driven cGMP production, ensuring consistent, reproducible products

✔ ISO 13485:2016 certification and AAALAC accreditation

✔ Extensive diversity of animal donor models, exceeding 20 species

✔ Technically trained, engaged and responsive project managers

✔ Complimentary technical consultation for project optimization

✔ Multiple attending and staff veterinarians on site

✔ Prompt turnaround from inquiry to initiation

✔ EU compliant products available for international shipping

✔ Veteran worldwide exporter providing personalized international shipping expertise

LAMPIRE specializes in polyclonal and monoclonal antibody services from antigen design and optimization to antibody purification. Each product begins with a review by our expert staff that will assist with species selection, antigen design, and immunization protocol. LAMPIRE has polyclonal expertise with a wide variety of animal models including chickens, rabbits, goats, sheep, llama and alpacas as well as other species. LAMPIRE also offers a comprehensive monoclonal antibody service from research to bulk scale production, hybridoma development, cell line optimization, serum free antibody production, supernatant concentration, antibody purification and characterization, cell bank production, testing and storage. Visit our services pages to find out more about partnering with LAMPIRE on your next project.

LAMPIRE Biological Laboratories has been producing high-quality antibodies since 1977, offering a variety of Polyclonal Antibody Services to fit your research and production needs. LAMPIRE specializes in polyclonal antibody services from antigen design and optimization to antibody purification. Each product begins with a review by our expert staff that will assist with species selection, antigen design, and immunization protocol. We offer cost-effective, easy-to-initiate, pre-packaged standard programs, as well as custom protocols designed by our team of professionals to meet your specific needs. Our standard protocols have been used with great success for a wide variety of antigen types, however, if a custom protocol is more appropriate for your project, please contact Customer Service to schedule a technical call.

All polyclonal projects receive IACUC review and protocols must comply with our AAALAC Accreditation. Critical to the success of all projects, LAMPIRE investigators receive timely communication from our LAMPIRE team from the initiation process through the receipt of your project deliverables. Our LAMPIRE Project Managers will communicate information regarding antigen inventories, project milestones and monthly boarding reports, as well as other pertinent testing data time points. In addition to understanding the progress of your projects, these regular communications help ensure you have updated information on the status of individual animals on your project. LAMPIRE also offers additional testing services to our project clients that can provide critical information that can assist with antigen modification and/or protocol adjustments or moving into production.

  • Experienced Project Managers & Technicians
  • AAALAC Accreditation
  • 20+ Unique Species Available
  • Competitive Project Pricing
  • Quick Turnaround Time from Initiation to Start of Project
  • Prompt Communication
  • FREE Antigen Design and Project Review
  • Standard and Custom Protocols Available
  • Polyclonal and Monoclonal Project Expertise
  • Various Antibody Testing Services – Buffy Coats (PBMCs), RNA Isolation
  • QC Testing Services
  • Proven Results

Free Antigen Review:

Please take advantage of our free Antigen Design and Protocol Review. Without obligation, LAMPIRE will set-up a meeting for you with our scientific staff and project management team to discuss your project and downstream objectives. We will provide you with an estimate of project feasibility, timelines, and costs. To begin your discussion, please contact Customer Service for more information

Additional Services:

  • Antigen Preparation
  • Assays Against Host Antigen
  • Assays Against Target Antigens
  • ELISA Testing
  • Pre-Immune Screening
  • Antigen Conjugation
  • Titer Testing
  • Antibody Purification
  • Antibody Conjugation
  • Buffy Coats (PBMCs)
  • RNA Isolation
  • Affinity Purification
  • Splenectomies & Bone Marrow Collection
  • For Use In Downstream Antibody ProductionTechnologies (B-Cell Sorting, Phage Display)

LAMPIRE also offers a comprehensive line of monoclonal antibody services from research to bulk scale production, hybridoma development, cell line optimization, serum free antibody production, supernatant concentration, antibody purification and characterization, cell bank production, testing and storage. LAMPIRE’s Biotechnology Research and Resource Center in Pipersville, PA, offers an array of services for the research, development and production of monoclonal antibodies, using both in-vivo and in-vitro culture methods.

Antibody production services are conducted under cGMP guidelines. LAMPIRE is FDA Registered, USDA Licensed, AAALAC accredited, and holds an NIH Assurance. All services are kept completely confidential. Our trained staff are a valuable resource available to you to help refine the details of the scope and design of your project. To begin discussion about your project, please contact us.

Hybridoma Development

LAMPIRE’s Monoclonal Department offers high-quality hybridoma development at a very affordable price. Designed to meet the needs of both industry and academic scientists, each project begins with a FREE Antigen Design and a series of Project Scope & Definition Meetings. Projects are divided into three phases, each with its own billing cycle to spread your costs out over the course of the project. A description of each phase is presented below.

Free Antigen Review

Please take advantage of our FREE Antigen Design and Protocol Review. Without obligation, we will set-up a meeting for you with our scientific staff to discuss your project. We will provide you with an estimate of project feasibility, animal model, timelines and costs. To begin your discussion, please contact projman@lampire.com or call 215-795-2838.

Phase I: Project Design and Immunization

Each project begins with a Project Scope meeting between you and our technical staff in an effort to assure the success of your project. Upon antigen arrival, animals are then immunized, according to the approved protocol and titer is monitored by ELISA until sufficient titer is reached to warrant fusion between spleen cells and an immortal, non-secreting myeloma cell line. Note: Any subsequent injections and test bleeds, if required, will be performed only after consultation with our technical staff.

Phase II: Cell Fusion

After candidate animals are selected, the number of required fusion plates is determined, and the fusions are performed. Fusion plates are screened by ELISA to identify hybrid cell lines that produce antigen specific antibody. Several fusions may be required to obtain a hybrid cell line that produces the desired antibody. Fusion candidates will be approved by the client before the fusions are performed and charges are incurred.

Phase III: Cloning

Positive cell lines from Phase II will be expanded to produce sufficient culture to preserve the parent cell line and to subclone the identified positives by limiting dilution. Typically 3 cell lines are chosen for Phase III, but this number can be increased based on client requirements. The expansion culture of the selected positive cell lines will be preserved in liquid nitrogen. Up to fifteen (15) additional positive cell lines may be cryopreserved individually at LAMPIRE or up to 100 may be cryopreserved as pools. These cell lines may also be shipped to you, if requested. Recloning of selected positives will be performed as needed to achieve antibody production stability. Clones must exhibit >95% antigen-specific antibody production to be considered stable.

Mouse

LAMPIRE’s Monoclonal Department offers high-quality hybridoma development in mice at a very affordable price. Designed to meet the needs of both industry and academic scientists, each project begins with a FREE Antigen Design and a series of Project Scope & Definition Meetings. Projects are divided into three phases, each with its own billing cycle to spread your costs out over the course of the project. A description of each phase is presented below.

 

Why Mice?

 

 

Free Antigen Review

Please take advantage of our FREE Antigen Design and Protocol Review. Without obligation, we will set-up a meeting for you with our scientific staff to discuss your project. We will provide you with an estimate of project feasibility, animal model, timelines and costs. To begin your discussion, please contact projman@lampire.com or call 215-795-2838.

Phase I: Project Design and Immunization

Each project begins with a Project Scope meeting between you and our technical staff in an effort to assure the success of your project. Upon antigen arrival, animals are then immunized, according to the approved protocol and titer is monitored by ELISA until sufficient titer is reached to warrant fusion between spleen cells and an immortal, non-secreting myeloma cell line. Note: Any subsequent injections and test bleeds, if required, will be performed only after consultation with our technical staff.

Phase II: Cell Fusion

After candidate animals are selected, the number of required fusion plates is determined, and the fusions are performed. Fusion plates are screened by ELISA to identify hybrid cell lines that produce antigen specific antibody. Several fusions may be required to obtain a hybrid cell line that produces the desired antibody. Fusion candidates will be approved by the client before the fusions are performed and charges are incurred.

Phase III: Cloning

Positive cell lines from Phase II will be expanded to produce sufficient culture to preserve the parent cell line and to subclone the identified positives by limiting dilution. Typically 3 cell lines are chosen for Phase III, but this number can be increased based on client requirements. The expansion culture of the selected positive cell lines will be preserved in liquid nitrogen. Up to fifteen (15) additional positive cell lines may be cryopreserved individually at LAMPIRE or up to 100 may be cryopreserved as pools. These cell lines may also be shipped to you, if requested. Recloning of selected positives will be performed as needed to achieve antibody production stability. Clones must exhibit >95% antigen-specific antibody production to be considered stable.

Hamster

LAMPIRE’s Monoclonal Department offers high-quality hybridoma development in hamsters at a very affordable price. Designed to meet the needs of both industry and academic scientists, each project begins with a FREE Antigen Design and a series of Project Scope & Definition Meetings. Projects are divided into three phases, each with its own billing cycle to spread your costs out over the course of the project. A description of each phase is presented below.

Why Hamsters

Evolutionarily distant from both mouse and rat, both types of hamsters are an excellent host for generating monoclonal antibodies to murine antigens. Differentiation of the strains is an important consideration prior to undertaking any pre-clinical or development service. Both models are excellent for long term stabilization of monoclonals using either strain.

Chinese Hamsters

• Creation: Approximately 70% of recombinant proteins are produced in Chinese
hamster ovary (CHO) cells
• Pharmacokinetic: Historically used to create CHO cell lines, this model has again
emerged as an ideal candidate for PK studies of the SARS-COV-2 Infection
• Production: Lampire also can assist in creating a serum-free cell line of CHO
Recombinant Therapeutic Proteins through adaptation with our custom media as
a fee for service, or to provide you with the media for in-house production

Armenian Hamsters

• Development: Armenian Hamsters elicit antibody responses to a broad repertoire of
antigens, which are demonstratively different to those generated in mouse or rat.
• Stability: Hamster monoclonals are easily purified by Protein A affinity
chromatography and have been successfully used in multiple applications, including
development of high affinity neutralizing reagents to murine antibodies, cytokines,
receptors, and transcription factors.
• Quick responders; Often a fusion candidate is presented in 30 Days

 

Free Antigen Review

Please take advantage of our FREE Antigen Design and Protocol Review. Without obligation, we will set-up a meeting for you with our scientific staff to discuss your project. We will provide you with an estimate of project feasibility, animal model, timelines and costs. To begin your discussion, please contact projman@lampire.com or call 215-795-2838.

Phase I: Project Design and Immunization

Each project begins with a Project Scope meeting between you and our technical staff in an effort to assure the success of your project. Upon antigen arrival, animals are then immunized, according to the approved protocol and titer is monitored by ELISA until sufficient titer is reached to warrant fusion between spleen cells and an immortal, non-secreting myeloma cell line. Note: Any subsequent injections and test bleeds, if required, will be performed only after consultation with our technical staff.

Phase II: Cell Fusion

After candidate animals are selected, the number of required fusion plates is determined, and the fusions are performed. Fusion plates are screened by ELISA to identify hybrid cell lines that produce antigen specific antibody. Several fusions may be required to obtain a hybrid cell line that produces the desired antibody. Fusion candidates will be approved by the client before the fusions are performed and charges are incurred.

Phase III: Cloning

Positive cell lines from Phase II will be expanded to produce sufficient culture to preserve the parent cell line and to subclone the identified positives by limiting dilution. Typically 3 cell lines are chosen for Phase III, but this number can be increased based on client requirements. The expansion culture of the selected positive cell lines will be preserved in liquid nitrogen. Up to fifteen (15) additional positive cell lines may be cryopreserved individually at LAMPIRE or up to 100 may be cryopreserved as pools. These cell lines may also be shipped to you, if requested. Recloning of selected positives will be performed as needed to achieve antibody production stability. Clones must exhibit >95% antigen-specific antibody production to be considered stable.

Other

LAMPIRE’s Monoclonal Department offers high-quality hybridoma development at a very affordable price. Designed to meet the needs of both industry and academic scientists, each project begins with a FREE Antigen Design and a series of Project Scope & Definition Meetings. Projects are divided into three phases, each with its own billing cycle to spread your costs out over the course of the project. A description of each phase is presented below.

Why Rats, Guinea Pigs or Rabbits?

 

 

Free Antigen Review

Please take advantage of our FREE Antigen Design and Protocol Review. Without obligation, we will set-up a meeting for you with our scientific staff to discuss your project. We will provide you with an estimate of project feasibility, animal model, timelines and costs. To begin your discussion, please contact projman@lampire.com or call 215-795-2838.

Phase I: Project Design and Immunization

Each project begins with a Project Scope meeting between you and our technical staff in an effort to assure the success of your project. Upon antigen arrival, animals are then immunized, according to the approved protocol and titer is monitored by ELISA until sufficient titer is reached to warrant fusion between spleen cells and an immortal, non-secreting myeloma cell line. Note: Any subsequent injections and test bleeds, if required, will be performed only after consultation with our technical staff.

Phase II: Cell Fusion

After candidate animals are selected, the number of required fusion plates is determined, and the fusions are performed. Fusion plates are screened by ELISA to identify hybrid cell lines that produce antigen specific antibody. Several fusions may be required to obtain a hybrid cell line that produces the desired antibody. Fusion candidates will be approved by the client before the fusions are performed and charges are incurred.

Phase III: Cloning

Positive cell lines from Phase II will be expanded to produce sufficient culture to preserve the parent cell line and to subclone the identified positives by limiting dilution. Typically 3 cell lines are chosen for Phase III, but this number can be increased based on client requirements. The expansion culture of the selected positive cell lines will be preserved in liquid nitrogen. Up to fifteen (15) additional positive cell lines may be cryopreserved individually at LAMPIRE or up to 100 may be cryopreserved as pools. These cell lines may also be shipped to you, if requested. Recloning of selected positives will be performed as needed to achieve antibody production stability. Clones must exhibit >95% antigen-specific antibody production to be considered stable.

Cell Culture Service

LAMPIRE’s Monoclonal Department and Cell Culturing Team offers Cell Culture Services. Our technical team will produce small and large-scale cell culture for your established cell lines. LAMPIRE cell culture services are cost effective, high-quality and customizable. Please contact us to find out more.

Ascites

LAMPIRE’s Monoclonal Department supports Ascites production services. Ascites projects traditionally utilize a quantity of Balb/C mice. Ascites fluid is collected and pooled at the end of the project. Each mouse yields approximately 2-5 ml ascites. Alternate strains of mouse may be used, please inquire. Customization options available. Please reach out to Customer Service to find out about LAMPIRE’s Ascites Production Services.

Experienced Technician with over 25 years in Ascites

State-of-the-Art Laboratory Space, Vivarium & Procedure Room

Production Volume is Approximately 2-5 ml Ascites per Mouse

Quote to Include Husbandry of Mice for Up to 35 Days, with One Injection of Cells and Up to 3 Taps

Support Services

LAMPIRE offers a full line of Monoclonal Support Services for our clients. Our services include cell line optimization, adaptation to serum-free culture, cell bank production, cell bank storage, sterility as well as mycoplasma testing. Please contact Customer Service for information about LAMPIRE’s Monoclonal Support Services.

Cell Line Optimization

LAMPIRE will take an existing cell line that has been provided and optimize the media formulation for growth and production of antibody. Price is dependent upon the number and type of media formulations to be used for the optimization.

Adaptation to Serum-Free Culture

LAMPIRE will take an existing cell line and adapt the cell line from a culture media containing serum to a serum free media culture. Price is dependent upon the type of media to be used for the adaptation and the original serum content of the media.

Cell Bank Production & Storage

LAMPIRE can create master and working cell banks of any size to fit your needs. Cell bank reports will be generated and sent for review. Please contact Customer Service for information on additional services such as storage and annual testing for viability, doubling-time, and antibody yield. LAMPIRE also has the capacity to store cell banks at our facilities. LAMPIRE recommends that all cell banks that have been created, whether by LAMPIRE or another contractor, be stored at two different locations for safety purposes. Please inquire about LAMPIRE cell bank production and storage options.

Sterility and Mycoplasma Testing

Sterility testing results are based on CFR 21 or USP XXIII. Generally, 14 days at 30-35ºC in fluid thioglycollate and 14 days at 20-25ºC in Soybean Casein Digest medium. Mycoplasma testing reports via indirect DNA Hoechst Staining and Agar and Broth media isolation of culturable strains of mycoplasma.

LAMPIRE is available for out-sourcing projects at multiple sites across Pennsylvania. Our client base currently utilizing our services range from small start-up companies to global pharmaceutical giants, and everything in between. LAMPIRE has experienced Operations and Quality team members with over 25 years of industry experience, specifically developing and implementing customized contract manufacturing opportunities with our partners around the world. All of our contract manufacturing sites are managed under a cGMP Quality System. To find out more how you can partner with LAMPIRE, please contact our Operations Staff via email at info@stratech.co.uk

Contract Manufacturing Services:

  • Pilot Batch Through Fill, Tested, Labeled, Finished Product, All Stages
  • Flexibility to Accommodate a Wide Range of Manufacturing Needs
  • General Lab Environments, from Abattoir Processing to Certified Class 2, 5 and 7 Rooms/Hoods
  • Testing Laboratories
  • Bulk Reagent Manufacturing
  • Tissue & Cell Culture Suites & Services
  • Bulk Antibody Purification & Conjugation
  • Antibody Characterization Services
  • Impeccable Track Record of On-Time Delivery for Over 25 Years
  • Contract Manufacturing, Packaging and Kitting Capabilities
  • Specialized in Complicated Technical Transfer Projects
  • Unique Opportunities

Applications:

  • Antibody Fills for Diagnostic Controls
  • PCR Controls; Master Mix, Primers, Positive Controls, Internal Controls, Buffers
  • Raw Material Manufacturing for Injectables
  • Full Kit Assembly
  • Off Site Laboratory Space Requirement
  • Supply Chain Cost Management

LAMPIRE offers custom tissue culture media, reagents, supplements and mouse embryo culture media to the Research Use Only (RUO) market for cell culture and the culturing of embryonic stem (ES) cells, both human and animal. Our cGMP and Quaility Management Systems ensure high quality and consistency. All of our cell media formulations are prepared using the highest quality raw materials and our Ultra Pure H2O.

Can’t find what you need? Is your current formulation not working for you? Contact LAMPIRE today and we will be happy to review your specs and formulate a custom product to meet your media needs. Here are just a few of our media products:

  • Custom Formulated Tissue Culture
  • Salt Solutions
  • Cell Dissociation Solutions
  • Freezing Media
  • Cell Culture Media
  • Miscellaneous Reagents
  • Embryonic Stem Cell Media

Consider the Components in Your Media:

  • Amino acids
  • Vitamins
  • Carbohydrates
  • Inorganic salts
  • Basic and trace elements
  • Serum
  • Hormones
  • Buffering Systems
  • Supplements
  • Antibiotics

Which Media to Choose?

  • What types of cells will you be using, and what are their requirements?
  • What are the capabilities and limitations of your lab?
  • What is the purpose of your experiment?