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The myths about IP - Higher capacity is better for IP

In fact High capacity is not always a good thing. When we say capacity is crucial, we are typically talking about the antigen-binding capacity. Because of the history of protein isolation and the move from large-scale protein purification to immunoprecipitation, people tend to believe that this capacity actually is crucial—when in fact capacity isn't always a good thing. The fact is that you want to balance the capacity, yield, specificity, and cost. Watch the video to learn why.