ADC, or antibody-drug conjugate, is a type of drug that combPrinciple ofines an antibody with a toxic drug in order to specifically target and kill cancer cells. The process of linking the two components together is called ADC conjugation. The antibody is a protein that is able to specifically bind to cancer cells, while the toxic drug is able to kill the cells. By linking the two together using chemical bonds, the toxic drug is delivered specifically to the cancer cells, allowing for more targeted treatment with fewer side effects. This is the basic idea behind ADC conjugation.
ADC conjugation technology refers to the methods and techniques used to link the antibody and the toxic drug together in order to create an ADC. This process typically involves attaching the toxic drug to the antibody using a chemical linker. The linker is a molecule that can form a stable bond with both the antibody and the toxic drug. There are many different linker systems that can be used in ADC conjugation, and the choice of linker can have a significant impact on the effectiveness of the resulting drug. The development of new and improved ADC conjugation technologies is an active area of research in the field of cancer treatment.
ADC conjugation services are offered by companies that specialize in the development and production of ADCs. These services typically include the synthesis of custom ADC conjugates, as well as the characterization and analysis of the resulting compounds. ADC conjugation services may be offered to pharmaceutical companies, research institutions, or other organizations that are working on the development of new ADC drugs. These services can help speed up the development process and improve the quality of the final product. Some examples of companies that offer ADC conjugation services include Bio-Synthesis Inc., Bioconjugate Techniques, and ADC Bio. At AxisPharm, we offer affordable and high quality custom ADC conjugation service using our combinatorial approach with various payloads, linkers, and conjugation methods.