Identify and characterize EBV-specific antibody responses on the epitope level
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A study by Bjornevik et al. (Science, 2022) recently reported evidence of a causal link between previous EBV infection and the development of multiple sclerosis (MS), a demyelinating disease of the central nervous system. Viruses have previously been suggested as potential causative agents in several other autoimmune diseases, warranting a closer look at the immunology of antiviral responses.

The new PEPperCHIP® Epstein-Barr Virus Peptide Microarray contains the most immunogenic EBV antigens from the Immune Epitope Database converted into over 5,500 individual peptides. The microarray enables you to:


  • Screen patient sera for EBV-specific antibody responses with amino acid resolution
  • Investigate anti-EBV antibody fingerprints of MS patients vs. healthy controls
  • Investigate autoantibody responses before and after COVID-19 vaccination
  • Correlate IgG or IgA autoantibodies with disease progression
  • Identify and characterize epitopes for EBV biomarker discovery, IVD, or vaccine development
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Interested in analyzing your own selection of antigens? Get in touch with one of our scientists to find out how to get your own custom microarray.
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