The most reliable commercial product for immunological research involving graft rejection, infectious disease, cancer and NK research

We offer a comprehensive arrangement of functionally intact HLA-C alleles to drive your research in acquired immunity that serves as the primary defense against viruses and other intracellular pathogens. Learn more about HLA.

HLA-A proteins



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Frequently Asked Questions

What is sHLA Technology?

Soluble HLA Technology is referred to the process of transforming membrane-bound HLA molecules into soluble and secretable proteins without changing their antigenicity and peptide load through molecular cloning and expression in a mammalian system.

What is the most popular Class I sHLA used?

Because of its high population occurrence, sHLA-A*02:01 is our most popular allele.

How do I store sHLA molecules?

Soluble HLA is preferably stored at 4˚C. We recommend using styrofoam containers to prevent temperature fluctuations.

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HLA-A Proteins

Choose from more than 35 HLA-A alleles to detect, profile, or monitor antigen-specific immune responses from antibodies to immune cell populations

Peptide Validation and Screening Services

Competition-based HLA peptide binding assays for the validation and screening of putative T cell epitopes