What are Nanoantibodies?

Nanoantibodies are single-domain antibodies that are comprised of the antigen-binding domain of a camelid heavy-chain only antibody.

  • Nanoantibodies have many advantages over conventional antibodies including high affinity, superior permeability through tissues, access to buried epitopes, higher stability, and lower production cost.

  • Nanoantibodies are amenable to the state-of-the-art antibody engineering including humanization and drug conjugation.