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About AbCellera

AbCellera (NASDAQ: ABCL) provides technologies to biotechnology and pharmaceutical partners with the goal of discovery and development of monoclonal antibody therapies. Its single-cell platform integrates end-to-end capabilities for therapeutic antibody discovery through a combination of technologies including proprietary immunizations, microfluidics, high-throughput imaging, genomics, computation, and laboratory automation.

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2215 Yukon Street

Vancouver, British Columbia, V5Y 0A1,



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AbCellera Patents

AbCellera has filed 1 patent.

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  • Animal viral diseases
  • Animal virology
  • Betacoronaviruses
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Latest AbCellera News

AbCellera Biologics initiated at buy at Truist on antibody tech platform

Nov 16, 2022

mbbirdy Truist has initiated AbCellera Biologics (NASDAQ: ABCL ) with a buy citing the company's platform that allows for the rapid discovery of antibodies. The firm has a price target of $29 per share (100% upside based on Tuesday's close). Analyst Robyn Karnauskas said that the platform is validated by the approval of two COVID drugs and five candidates in the clinical stage. In addition, its "partnership-based business model has led to consistent revenues, atypical in a young biotech." She added that she believes the company is undervalued and sees potential upside over the next year to two due to additional partnerships, further validation of the platform, and validation from other companies in the space. Read why Seeking Alpha contributor Confoundedinterest rates AbCellera ( ABCL ) a strong buy. Recommended For You

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AbCellera Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was AbCellera founded?

    AbCellera was founded in 2012.

  • Where is AbCellera's headquarters?

    AbCellera's headquarters is located at 2215 Yukon Street, Vancouver.

  • What is AbCellera's latest funding round?

    AbCellera's latest funding round is IPO.

  • How much did AbCellera raise?

    AbCellera raised a total of $247.07M.

  • Who are the investors of AbCellera?

    Investors of AbCellera include DCVC, Viking Global Investors, Peter Thiel, OrbiMed Advisors, Founders Fund and 11 more.

  • Who are AbCellera's competitors?

    Competitors of AbCellera include Abveris and 4 more.

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