Antibody core unit
The antibody core unit provides expertise in recombinant antibody and nanobody technologies. Nanobodies are soluble variable domains derived from heavy chain antibodies that naturally occur in llamas and other camelids. For further details and user policies, please contact Prof. Koch-Nolte or visit the website of the antibody core unit (only German).
Prof. Dr. med. Friedrich Koch-Nolte
Dept. of Immunology
Response prediction platform
This technology allows direct comparison of activity patterns in cellular extracts (incl. tumoroid culture)with or without inhibitor. This platform is headed by Dr. Block, UCCH/ Dept. of Hematology and Oncology, service maybe used as scientific collaboration. For further details, also in regard to establishment of tumoroids, please contact Dr. Block.
PD Dr. Andreas Block, MBA
UCCH/Department of Hematology and Oncology
Researches of the UCCH/ UKE have access to the NMR technology. The platform is available at the Department of Chemsitry at the University of Hamburg. For details regarding application and limits of the technique please contact Thomas Hackl.
Dr. Thomas Hackl
University of Hamburg, Department of Chemistry
Location: Universität Hamburg, Fachbereich Chemie, Martin-Luther-King-Platz 6, 20146 Hamburg