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A methodological approach for production and purification of polyclonal antibody against dog IgG.

Antibodies are a class of biomolecules that has an important role in the immune system and lots of applications in biotechnological methods and in pharmaceutics. Production and purification of antibodies in laboratory animals is one of the first ways to manufacture of these prominent tools. The obtained antibodies from these process could be used in various types of bioassay techniques such as enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), radioimmunoassay, etc. Also, antibodies employed in diagnostics applicat...


Cyclic OmpC peptidic epitope conjugated to tetanus toxoid as a potential vaccine candidate against shigellosis.

In earlier works we have described that mice immunized with outer membrane protein OmpC survive the challenge with live Shigella flexnerii 3a. We have also identified conformational epitope of this protein, that was recognized by mice antibodies. The aim of current work was to investigate whether synthetic OmpC epitope homologs can elicit immunological response sufficient in protecting mice against shigellosis. Several linear peptides containing RYDERY motif were synthesized and conjugated to poly-lysine. T...

Efficiency of paste and suspension with nano-hydroxyapatite on the sensitivity of teeth with gingival recession.

The purpose of our study was to assess the efficiency of toothpaste 'Intensive strengthening of supersensitive teeth with nano-GAP' INNOVA and the suspension 'Liquid Enamel' INNOVA on the sensitivity of teeth with gingival recession. We examined 40 people aged 20-25 years. Each group consisted of 20 people: 10 women, 10 men. The first group (observations) used the paste and the suspension for 14 days, and the second group (comparisons) cleaned teeth only with a brush without a paste. Schiff aerial test was ...


Monocytes isolated by positive and negative magnetic sorting techniques show different molecular characteristics and immunophenotypic behaviour.

: Magnetic sorting of cells, based on  microbead conjugated antibodies (Abs), employs positive as well as negative immunomagnetic separation methods, for isolation of a specific cell population. These microbeads are suggested to be nontoxic, biodegradable carriers conjugated to various antibodies. Isolation of cells through positive selection involves the attachment of antibody conjugated microbeads to the cells of interest, followed by their isolation in the presence of a strong magnetic field to obtain h...

Analysis of antibody levels in egg yolk for detection of exposure to Ascaridia galli parasites in commercial laying hens.

Ascaridia galli is one of the most abundant nematode parasites in poultry. A. galli infections can significantly impact the profitability of egg farms and have negative implications for bird health and welfare. The main objectives of this study were to determine whether A. galli specific antibodies in egg yolks can be used to detect prior or current exposure to A. galli in laying hens, and to distinguish between eggs obtained from caged and free-range hens. Twenty-two laying hen flocks from different produc...

The development of a bead-based multiplex immunoassay for the detection of IgG antibodies to CMV and EBV.

Latent infection with Cytomegalovirus (CMV) or Epstein-Bar virus (EBV) is associated with compromised immune responses. The commercially available ELISA-kits provide a semi-quantitative or qualitative detection of IgG antibodies against either CMV or EBV. To reduce the amount of sample needed and improve throughput and range of quantitation compared to ELISAs, a multiplex immunoassay (MIA) for the simultaneous quantitative detection of antibodies against CMV and two antigens of EBV (EBV capsid antigen (EBV-...

Understanding the Haemodynamics of Hypertension.

This article introduces the haemodynamic principles that underpin the pathophysiology of hypertension and introduces a rational physiological approach to appropriate pharmacologic treatment.

Continuous and Integrated Expression and Purification of Recombinant Antibodies.

This chapter introduces the necessary concepts to design continuous expression and purification processes for monoclonal antibodies. The operation of a perfusion bioreactor is discussed containing the preparation procedures, the seeding train and the preparation and control of a long-term production run. The downstream processes exploit the benefits of countercurrent chromatography. Their design from batch experiments is presented. The CaptureSMB process is introduced for continuous capturing while for poli...

Nanogold - IgY antibodies. An immunoconjugated for the detection of house dust mite (Dermatophagoides) allergens.

Conjugation of avian IgY antibodies to nanosensors has been extensively explored for the diagnostics of virus and parasite infection, as well as for the detection of pharmaceutically and toxicologically relevant molecules. However, to date this strategy has only been minimally applied the detection of allergens. In this study, gold nanoparticles (GNPs) were conjugated to a polyvalent IgY antibodies raised against Dermatophagoides group I allergens. GNPs were synthesized by HAuCL reduction using 1% trisodium...

Catalytic regio- and enantioselective alkylation of conjugated dienyl amides.

We have developed a method for catalytic asymmetric alkylation of conjugated dienyl amides that allows efficient and high yield transformations of a wide range of polyconjugated amides to the corresponding chiral products. Smooth addition of organomagnesium reagents to relatively unreactive dienyl amides with excellent 1,6- and 1,4- selectivities and enantioselectivites above 90% is achieved owing to the complementary action of Lewis acid and a chiral copper-based catalytic system.

Thermodynamics enhancement of Alternaria tenuissima KM651985 laccase by covalent coupling to polysaccharides and its applications.

This study full filed in enhancement of catalytic, thermodynamics and storage stability of Alternaria tenuissima KM651985 laccase by conjugation to sodium periodate oxidized starch. The starch conjugated A. tenuissima KM651985 laccase was active over a wide range of temperatures and pHs with the highest activity at 60 °C and 4, respectively. The thermal stability of conjugated A. tenuissima KM651985 laccase was indicated by, high T values (half life) 1076.16, 382.42 and 191.23 min at 50, 60 and 70 °...

Qualitative analysis of antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs): an experimental comparison of analytical techniques of cysteine-linked ADCs.

Antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) are an emerging type of biotherapeutics that utilize multiple tissue-specific antibodies combined with a range of linker designs to enable the transportation and selective release of cytotoxic drugs in close proximity to tumours. Consisting of antibodies conjugated to small drug molecules through a variety of linkers, ADCs are chemically complex analytes. Here we present a unique experimental comparison of four techniques for ADC analysis: hydrophobic interaction chromatograp...

Improving ability of RSV microneutralization assay to detect G-specific and cross-reactive neutralizing antibodies through immortalized cell line selection.

Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a significant cause of bronchiolitis and pneumonia. Protection against RSV is associated with neutralizing antibodies against the fusion (F) and attachment (G) glycoproteins. Several RSV vaccine candidates are in development, but their immunogenicity is hard to compare due to the little-understood differences between multiple RSV neutralizing antibody assays used. Existing assays utilize primarily Vero or HEp-2 cells, but their ability to detect G-neutralizing antibodies...

The application of caprylic acid in downstream processing of monoclonal antibodies.

Caprylic acid (CA), a naturally occurring eight-carbon fatty acid, has long been used as albumin stabilizer, non-IgG fraction precipitant and bactericidal agent in pharmaceutical industry. The mechanisms through which CA achieves its effects have been correlated with the molecule's protein/lipid binding capacity conferred by its octyl moiety. This article, following an initial review of CA's historical applications, introduces CA's relatively new application in downstream processing of monoclonal antibodies...

Why is the hydrolytic activity of acetylcholinesterase pH dependent? Kinetic study of acetylcholine and acetylthiocholine hydrolysis catalyzed by acetylcholinesterase from electric eel.

The dependence of the activity of acetylcholinesterase from electric eel at a pH value range of 4.8-9.8 (phosphate buffer), regarding acetylcholine and acetylthiocholine hydrolysis, was determined at 25 °C, ionic strength of 0.11 M, and initial substrate concentration of 4 mM. At a pH range of 4.8-9.8, the dependences A(pH) form a sigmoid increasing curve with the maximum catalytic activity at a pH range 8-9.5. For acetylcholine hydrolysis, the kinetic reason for such an increase in A consists mainly of an...

Occurrence of anti-Neospora caninum antibodies in cattle in the dairy farming region of the state of Piauí, Brazil.

This study focused on the detection of anti-Neospora caninum IgG antibodies in cows in the dairy farming region of the state of Piauí, Brazil. To this end, serum samples were collected from 255 dairy cows on 17 farms located in the dairy farming region of the municipality of Parnaíba, Piauí, Brazil. The indirect fluorescence antibody test (IFAT) was employed to detect anti-N. caninum IgG antibodies, using anti-bovine IgG (Sigma®) conjugated to fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC) and a cutoff point of 1:20...

A Self-propelled Mechanism to Increase Range of Bistable Operation of a Piezoelectric Cantilever-based Vibration Energy Harvester.

In our previous works, we presented a method to increase the harvested energy from vibrations using a piezoelectric cantilever, and to increase the frequency range of operation, by introducing bistability with the use of magnetic repulsion. However, for small excitations, the cantilever may not be able to overcome the magnetic repulsive force, but vibrate at one of its two equilibrium positions with reduced amplitude. This work introduces a method of increasing the range of excitations over which the operat...

Copper-Catalyzed Cascade Aminoalkynylation-Oxidation of Propargylic Alcohols: Stereospecific Synthesis of ( Z)-2-Amino Conjugated Enynals/Enynones.

Copper-catalyzed cascade aminoalkynylation-oxidation of propargylic alcohols has been realized, sterospecifically providing an array of ( Z)-2-amino conjugated enynals/enynones in good yields under mild conditions. This transformation involves a rare 1,3-alkynyl migration of propargylic alcohols and simultaneously forms C-C, C-N, and C═O bonds. Furthermore, ( Z)-2-amino conjugated enynals were applied to efficiently synthesize 3,5-disubstituted-1 H-pyrrole-2-carbaldehyde and conjugated enynol derivatives.

An adhesion based approach for the detection of esophageal cancer.

Esophageal cancer has a 5 year survival rate of ∼20%. This dismal prognosis is due, in part, to the fact that esophageal cancer often presents at a late stage. Thus, there is a critical need for assays that enable the early detection of cancerous tissue within the esophagus. The luminal surface of the esophagus expresses signature molecule(s) at sites of transformation providing an avenue for the development of in situ assays that detect neoplastic growth within the esophagus. An attractive approach, rece...

Electroluminescence from solution-processed pinhole-free nm-thickness layers of conjugated polymers.

We report the formation of robust, reproducible, pinhole-free, thin layers of fluorinated polyfluorene conjugated copolymers on a range of polymeric underlayers via a simple solution processing method. Photothermal deflection spectroscopy is used to determine that these layers are 1-2 nm thick, corresponding to a molecularly-thin layer. Evidence that these layers are continuous and pinhole-free is provided by electroluminescence data from polymer LED devices with these layers incorporated into the stacked L...

Transient Aspects and Ultrafast Dynamical Processes of Amplified Spontaneous Emission in Conjugated Polymers.

The ultrafast dynamic process of amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) is revealed in conjugated polymers after extrinsic photoexcitation, where ASE in semiconducting conjugated polymers not only significantly contributes to a change of the electronic level, but also to the evolution of lattice structures. Continuous optical pumping, coupled with the prominent self-trapping process of the conjugated polymer, gives ultrafast distortion of the alternating bonds, resulting in a transient discrete four-energy-le...

Evaluation of N-Succinimidyl S-Acetylthioacetate Ligand for Radiolabeling of Humanized Antibodies with Rhenium.

Radioimmunotherapy offers an effective way to direct ionizing radiation to cancer cells through attachment of radionuclides to antibodies while limiting negative effects of off-target irradiation. This, however, requires effective facile methods for attachment of therapeutic radionuclides onto antibodies. Herein, the authors report their efforts in evaluating N-succinimidyl S-acetylthioacetate (SATA), a commercially available reagent, for use as a bifunctional chelating agent (BCA) to attach Rhenium (Re) on...

Vitiligo and autoantibodies: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Many studies have reported the prevalence of autoantibodies in patients with vitiligo; however, results were inconsistent for some autoantibodies. This study aimed to conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis of the prevalence of autoantibodies in vitiligo patients. A systematic review and meta-analysis of the literature published from inception to Dec 31, 2016 was conducted. Case-control studies with vitiligo patients and a control group were included. The prevalence of anti-thyroperoxidase (ATPO) anti...

Thiol-ene click chemistry towards easy microarraying of half-antibodies.

A UV light-induced thiol-ene coupling reaction (TEC) between half-antibodies (hIgG) and vinyl functionalized glass surfaces was run for biosensing in the microarray format. The accomplished performance improved that obtained with whole antibodies.

Computational design of antibodies.

Antibody design aims to create new antibodies with biological activity that can be used in therapy and research. Traditional methods for antibody discovery, such as animal immunization and large-scale library screening, generate antibodies that bind to the target of interest, but do not necessarily have the desired functional effect. Computational methods can be utilized as a means to guide the search for biologically relevant antibodies, focusing on specificity and affinity determinants to target a particu...


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