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Exquisite Specificity

The Monoclonal Antibody Revolution

by Alberto Cambrosio

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages264
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Open LibraryOL7387683M
ISBN 100195097416
ISBN 109780195097412

Antigenic specificity. Antigenic specificity is the ability of the host cells to recognize an antigen specifically as a unique molecular entity and distinguish it from another with exquisite precision. Antigen specificity is due primarily to the side-chain conformations of the antigen. Vrba describes The Moth Wing Diaries as a “visual diary,” and the ultimate power of this book resides in its personal specificity, in the sense that its exquisite visions are, in fact, refractions of a distinct and deeply considered life. What we find between its covers is .

This book focuses on the central players in these diverse cellular processes – the AAA+ proteases – and examines how these machines achieve their exquisite specificity. It also highlights the various mechanisms microorganisms use to post-translationally modify their proteins, as a means to regulate protein levels and hence cell physiology. The information about Patsy shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks. In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. If you are the publisher or author of this book and feel that the .

Molecular Detection of Animal Viral Pathogens presents expert summaries on state-of-the-art diagnostic approaches for major animal viral pathogens, with a particular emphasis on identification and differentiation at the molecular level. Written by specialists in related research areas, each chapter provides a concise overview of an individual virus or group concerning its Classification. In contrast to DIPs and Dprs, the exquisite specificity of these protein families is established through multi-domain interfaces that allow for a greater degree of fine-tuning 2,37,38,39,40,


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Get this from a library. Exquisite specificity: the monoclonal antibody revolution. [Alberto Cambrosio; Peter Keating] -- In Cesar Milstein and Georges Kohler were awarded the Nobel Prize for their discovery of hybridoma technology, a method leading to the production of unlimited quantities of biological reagents.

Protein tyrosine phosphatases display exquisite specificity for their substrates, unlike most serine/thre- onine protein phosphatases, which have rather broad specificity T. Protein tyrosine phosphatases, unlike serine/threonine protein phosphatases, remove PO4(3-) only from selected phosphotyrosines on subset of tyrosine-phosphorylated proteins.

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The proteins that function as voltage-gated ion channels have three remarkable properties that enable nerve cells to conduct an electric impulse: (1) opening in response to changes in the membrane potential (voltage gating); (2) subsequent channel closing and inactivation; and (3) like all ion channels, exquisite specificity for those ions that will permeate and those that will : Harvey Lodish, Arnold Berk, S Lawrence Zipursky, Paul Matsudaira, David Baltimore, James Darnell.

Buy A STRUCTURAL BASIS FOR CLOSTRIDIAL NEUROTOXIN TARGET SPECIFICITY on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders5/5(3). Immunological methods have become important tools used to purify a protein, locate it in the cell, or quantify how much of the protein is present.

These methods are predicated on the exquisite specificity of antibodies for their target proteins. Labeled antibodies provide a means to tag a specific protein so that it can be isolated, quantified, or by: 2. Lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus (LCMV)-infected mice can be adoptively immunized with T cells from immune mice sharing MHC compatibility in H-2K or D, suggesting direct cytotoxic effects of T cells in vivo.

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Title: Success Stories. (Book Reviews: Making PCR. A Story of Biotechnology.; Exquisite Specificity. The Monoclonal Antibody Revolution.) Book Authors. “[Severance is] a book about work that puts the work in the context of globalization, a book that is mordant and sad and full of quicksilver allegories.

I loved that book so much.” ―Lydia Kiesling, The Millions "Ma's language does so much in this book, and its precision, its purposeful specificity, implicates an entire generation. But /5(). Antibody Discovery Technologies: the partnership between academia and biopharma in the therapeutic monoclonal antibody success story Due to the exquisite specificity with which they interact with their antigen and the fact that their large binding surface can intervene at sites and targets not amenable to small molecules, antibodies now.

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“Viruses have exquisite specificity in their molecular mechanisms, because they’re competing with each other and you need to have everything right. The exquisite specificity of monoclonal antibodies and their availability in quantity have made it possible to devise sensitive assays for an enormous range of biologically important substances and to distinguish cells from one another by identifying previously unknown marker molecules on their surfaces.

Avadhesha Surolia (Born 3 DecemberKishangarh, Rajasthan) is a Glycobiologist at Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore. Presently, he is an Honorary Professor at the Molecular Biophysics Unit (MBU), IISc and holds the Bhatnagar fellowship of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), India.

He is known for his work on lectin structure and interactions, orientation. In addition, the exquisite specificity of mAb allows them to be used in humans and animals for disease diagnosis and treatment.

Under the appropriate conditions, mAb-producing hybridomas survive indefinitely, so continued production of mAb is associated with the use of fewer animals, especially when production involves the use of in vitro methods. However, as Basbaum points out in describing his conversion from the Pattern Theory to the Specificity School, the way in which the CNS represents the sensory information at a systems level and the way in which it is read from neural circuitry as a sensation remains almost a closed book.

Is the exquisite specificity engineered in the periphery.Imaging of protease function with an exquisite specificity in the presence of highly homologous protein within a living cell is the most challenging task.