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Abeome Corporation
Profile last edited on: 2/20/2020

Novel, proprietary platform technology to improve selection of high-affinity monoclonal antibodies
Year Founded
2000
First SBIR Year
2004
Latest SBIR Award
2017
Program Status
Active

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Location Information

111 Riverbend Road Suite 145
Athens, GA 30605
   (706) 542-7889
   info@abeomecorp.com
   www.abeomecorp.com
Multiple Locations:   
Congressional District:   10
County:   Clarke

Public Profile

Abeome is a biotechnology company leveraging a novel, proprietary platform technology to significantly improve the selection of high-affinity monoclonal antibodies. Over the past decade, monoclonal antibodies have emerged as one of the most important therapeutic elements in pharmaceuticals today, as well as the key to new diagnostic products and a critical research tool throughout the life sciences sector. Monoclonal antibodies are typically created using hybridoma technology; that is, fusing antibody-producing B cells with non-antibody-producing cancer cells (usually a myeloma). These hybridomas are then "immortal" and produce a range of antibodies of interest to medical researchers. The core challenge to researchers is to identify and isolate hybridomas that only produce antibodies for a particular antigen. Abeome's technology is focused on breaking down the two major bottlenecks of screening of hybridomas: quality and speed. Abeome's DiSH (Direct Selection of Hybridomas) technology offers a dramatically improved process for rapidly selecting desired hybridomas that are genetically stable and produce antibodies with optimal binding characteristics. Through genetic engineering techniques, Abeome is able to get desired hybridomas by using fluorescent labeled antigens. After labeling, the hybridomas can be efficiently screened and cloned using high speed fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACS) instrumentation.

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Synopsis: Awardee Business Condition

Employee Range
1-4
Revenue Range
Less than .5M
VC funded?
Yes
Public/Private
Privately Held
Stock Info
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IP Holdings
1-4

Awards Distribution by Agency

Key People / Management

  Richard Shimkets -- President & CEO

  Kirby Alton -- Executive Chairman

  Richard Meagher -- Chief Science Officer

  Paul W Price --

  Michael Wanner -- Former Chief Executive Officer

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