Bioassays for Academic Research
We offer a wide range of functional MoA bioassays to ensure consistency in your results. Gain access to the same tools pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies use to monitor mechanism of action in biologics.
Fc Effector Activity Bioassays
Reporter bioassays to measure the potency and stability of antibodies and other biologics that specifically bind and activate Fcγ receptors.
PBMC ADCC Bioassays
ADCC qualified human PBMCs along with engineered Target cells expressing HiBiT protein to measure the potency and stability of antibodies and other biologics that specifically bind and activate Fcγ receptors.
T Cell Activation Bioassays
T Reporter bioassays to accelerate the discovery and development of novel biologics, such as bispecific antibodies, TCR therapy and CAR-T cell therapies.
Immune Checkpoint Bioassays
Reporter bioassays to measure the potency and stability of antibodies and other biologics designed to block the interaction between immune checkpoint receptors and their ligands.
Cytokine and Growth Factor Bioassays
Reporter bioassays to quantify and monitor the activity of ligands, as well as antibody-mediated blockade of ligand receptor binding.
Learn more about Promega bioassays for biologics
HiBiT Protein Tagging System
HiBiT simplifies protein detection, providing a streamlined, antibody-free protocol for detecting tagged proteins.
The small size (19KDa) and bright luminescence of NanoLuc® Luciferase brings exquisite sensitivity to many applications, including studying genetic responses and protein dynamics in cells at physiologically relevant levels.
Investigate protein function by adding the HaloTag® to your protein, paired with one of many interchangeable ligands that forms a highly specific covalent bond with HaloTag.
Read through the answers to the frequently asked questions.
What products are included in the program? Promega’s full suite of Bioassays, Cell Lines, Cell Propagation Models, Thaw and Use Kits and Pre-Built CRISPR Cell Lines are all included within the AAP.
Can I include other products? The aim of the AAP is to increase collaboration between academic researchers and Promega, and provides enough flexibility to enable you to achieve most goals. Should you require something outside the scope of the current AAP, please contact your local Promega account manager to discuss your requirements.
What about CRISPR content? Promega is fully licenced to produce and provide CRISPR engineered cell lines to all customer segments. AAP specific pricing applies to these cell lines.
What pricing will I be offered? Pricing depends on the type of engagement and collaboration you agree upon with your Promega account manager.
Are there minimum order requirements? There are no requirements for order size, volume or frequency.
Is there a fee to join? Aside from the cost of the products you purchase, there is no additional cost to join the program.
What’s the catch? There is no catch, but there are terms and conditions. The terms and conditions are designed to support a partnership between Promega and academic researchers to apply Promega’s cutting edge technologies to the most urgent biomedical research needs at an affordable academic price. Terms and conditions are specific to each geographical region and you should contact your local Promega account manager for more information.
What do you expect from me? The Promega Academic Access Program is a tool to enable research and the level of commitment and collaboration will depend upon the research activity. We may require you to share product related data with our R&D team (in complete confidence) or we may offer you the opportunity to present your work at a conference attended by Promega. The exact level of collaboration will be agreed upon prior to acceptance into the AAP.
What is an innovator network? An innovator network is a group of like-minded researchers who are pursuing the same research goal or are using the same types of Promega products. We wish to connect people who are doing the same type of research to enhance discussion and accelerate discovery. We are committed to moving science forward and developing additional tools and technologies identified by the innovator network as relevant to their research. Promega will support the creation of innovator networks either virtually (among organizations) or physically (within organizations).
What opportunities are there to present my work? Participants within the AAP may be offered the opportunity to present a poster or talk at a meeting or conference. These meetings can occur in any part of the world and registration and travel costs will be sponsored by Promega. Other opportunities to share research could involve participating in a webinar or coauthoring papers or application notes.
Who can join? If you are working in immuno-oncology, inflammatory response, vaccine development or other areas where next-generation biologic drugs are being discovered, then we would like to hear from you. Our goal is to collaborate with key thought leaders in these disciplines within the academic environment to accelerate research and development globally.
What are the benefits to joining?
- Early access to development project material pertaining to your area of research.
- Direct access to Promega R&D and ATG (Advanced Technology Group) scientists, along with the possibility to influence the direction of Promega product development activities.
- Opportunity to join or create an Innovator Network of experts in your field of research supported by Promega.
Join the Academic Access Program
To learn more and find out if you qualify for the program, fill out this form to tell us about you and your research.