BenchSci AI-Assisted Antibody Selection: The New Standard for Experimental Design

Accelerate projects, reduce hard costs, and empower scientists with a turnkey application of machine learning

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Expedite the digital transformation of R&D:

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Accelerate projects by selecting antibodies in 30 seconds vs 12 weeks

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Reduce consumable costs up to $3M per year by purchasing fewer inappropriate antibodies

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Empower organizational purpose by restoring research time to scientists

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Prove the power of AI with an immediate, turnkey application

Comprehensive open- and closed-access data

  • Real world experiment data from 10 million scientific publications, including closed-access papers
  • Independent validations from organizations including The Human Protein Atlas, EuroMAbNet, and Encode
  • Partnerships with leading scientific publishers including Springer Nature and Wiley
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Intuitive, easy-to-use interface for higher organizational adoption

  • Easily search by protein target
  • Filter by technique and 16 other experimental variables including organism, tissue, cell type, cell line, and disease
  • Select experiment-specific antibodies in minutes

Unparalleled technology

  • Unlocks the value of figures with proprietary image recognition technology
  • Extracts antibody specifications from published experiments with proprietary machine learning—not just vendor names, product names, or SKUs
  • Applies advanced bioinformatics and ontologies to link antibodies to use cases
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Access to the world’s largest antibody database

  • Vendor catalog data for more than 6.9 million products from 224 vendors
  • Literature-wide trends on antibody usage across technique, species, cell lines, and more
Dr. David Rimm

"BenchSci is a right step towards a better antibody selection process. Whenever we need antibodies, we start with BenchSci."

Dr. David Rimm, MD, PhD, Professor of Pathology and of Medicine (Medical Oncology); Director of Pathology Tissue Services; Director of Translational Pathology

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