Patent-pending antibody allows easier tracking of treatment effectiveness
The new antibody is in a test tube, with the image of the lungs from the mice in the background.
Credit: NTU Singapore
This antibody project took the research team two years to complete, and was jointly funded by NTU Singapore, the National Medical Research Council Singapore and the Ministry of Education, Singapore.
Assoc Prof Tan’s multidisciplinary research breakthrough in biology is a testament to the university’s research efforts in Future Healthcare, one of NTU Singapore’s Five Peaks of Excellence – areas of interdisciplinary research that NTU focuses on. The other four peaks include Sustainable Earth, New Media, New Silk Road, and Innovation Asia.