Sites about the defense mechanism of the body which are dependent on the humoral aspects of immunity as compared to the cell-mediated aspects which secrete Cytokines. Sites may include the mechanisms of interaction of antibody with antigen, as well as the cascade sequence that this invokes, through the complement system.
Sites may describe the molecular structure of antibodies, their classification and problems associated with their synthesis, such as the glycosylation of recombinant proteins, to mimic mammalian species, but are produced in plant cell host, "Plantibodies".
Attempts to summarize useful information on antibody structure and sequence. Provides a query interface to the Kabat antibody sequence data, general information on antibodies and crystal structures, and links.
Article on the history of vaccination, the role of the humoral response in organ and bone marrow transplantation, leukaemia and lymphoma, and rheumatoid disease. Includes links to laboratories at the Therapeutic Antibody Centre, Oxford, UK.
A comprehensive directory of various antibodies, antigens, enzymes and proteins for molecular life sciences and biotechnology use.
Interface to introduce the various immunoassays in current use, production and purification methods, labeling and assay development, from a manufacturer, with worldwide distribution in Pierce Biotechnology, Inc., Rockford, IL.
Straightforward procedures for conjugation of proteins (mainly antibodies) to fluorescent dyes.
Database for searching and browsing commercial, academic and therapeutical monoclonal antibodies through gene name, accession number, taxonomy, ontology, disease, and amino acid sequences.
Tissue matching and antibody production, for patients undergoing a transplant.
Resources describing the process of creating humanized antibodies, their uses and their history. Maintained by Birkbeck College, London, UK.
Introduction, uses (including in human medicine), problems and what may happen in the future.
Laboratory concentrating on protein engineering and directed molecular evolution, especially of immunoglobulins. Includes PDFs of molecular structures, publications since 1985, and contacts at the University of Zurich in Switzerland.
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