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Stay out, stray stem cells
Despite the hubbub about pluripotent stem cells’ potential applications, when it comes time to introduce products into patients, the stem cells are actually impurities that need to be removed. That’s because this type of stem cell is capable of becoming teratomas – tumors — when transplanted. For qu more
Cholesterol-lowering drug kills melanoma cells - If messenger substance is present
Special cholesterol-lowering drugs can hamper the growth of metastasising melanoma cells if the cellular messenger substance Interleukin-6 (IL-6) is present. This link was observed in a research project funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF. In laboratory tests, statins (cholesterol-lowering agent more
Closer to the source of the itch
Psoriasis is an inflammatory skin condition that affects some 125 million people worldwide. It is characterized by itchy, scaly skin plaques. The exact cause of psoriasis is unclear. But mounting evidence implicates the immune system in the overproduction of cell-signalling molecules called cytokine more
Antibody therapy opens door to potential new treatment for HIV
The development of antiretroviral therapy, a combination of drugs that slows the replication of HIV in the body, has transformed the treatment of this infection. What was once a certain death sentence is now a chronic condition that people can live with for decades. But this therapy has drawbacks. T more
Danish researchers behind vaccine breakthrough
The next generation of vaccines may soon see the light of day, because Danish researchers have discovered a completely new and simple method which sets new standards for the development of vaccines. "The major research breakthrough is that we have created a general and user-friendly platform for the more
Promotion of Aggregation as a Means of Assessing the Stability of Antibody Molecules
The efficiency of antibody molecules is dependent on their stability. We introduce an assay setup where stability of antibodies is measured. Shaking stress is initiated by the FLUOstar Omega microplate reader and aggregation propensity of antibody ca more
Clinical Biomarkers: Novel Tools for Pharmacodynamic Applications
Biomarkers are currently changing the way we diagnose and treat diseases. Today pharmacodynamic biomarkers are widely used in the industry elaborating optimal dosing of new drugs and predictive biomarkers have an enormous potential for companion diag more
Agrisera Western Blot recommendations, troubleshooting and protocol
Each antibody-antigen interaction has unique characteristics. A protocol giving good results for one antibody-antigen pair might found to be unsatisfactory for a second antibody even on the same sample. The interaction of antisera with protein epitop more
Characterizing Biotherapeutics with HPLC
As demonstrated here, there are a broad range of HPLC applications used in development, production, validation and release of protein therapeutics for human use. Some of the applications mentioned above are mandatory when submitting a new biopharmace more
Functional Analysis of Side Effects of Transfection Reagents in the Context of Bax-induced Apoptosis
FuGENE® HD Transfection Reagent is well-suited for studying the impact of apoptosis-inducing proteins such as bax. Transfection with FuGENE® HD Transfection Reagent produced only minimal cytotoxic side effects while maintaining a high transfection ef more
ReadyTector® is the all-in-one detection solution for Western blotting. ReadyTector® enables a fast one step immunodetection without background more
HRP-Protector™ - Diluent for long-term storage of HRP conjugates, for better stability and enhanced shelf life more
Long-term stability at 4 °C. Industrial stabilizer solutions are now affordable for any laboratory. Even moist storage is possible, but with shorter shelf life. more
Half molecular exchange of IgGs in the blood of healthy humans: chimeric lambda-kappa-immunoglob ...
In the classic paradigm, immunoglobulins represent products of clonal B cell populations, each producing antibodies recognizing a single antigen (monospecific). There is a common belief that IgGs in mammalian biological fluids are monospecific molecules having stable structures and two identical ant more
Viruses, Vol. 8, Pages 236: Assessment of Domestic Pigs, Wild Boars and Feral Hybrid Pigs as Res ...
In Corsica, extensive pig breeding systems allow frequent interactions between wild boars and domestic pigs, which are suspected to act as reservoirs of several zoonotic diseases including hepatitis E virus (HEV). In this context, 370 sera and 166 liver samples were collected from phenotypically cha more
Viruses, Vol. 8, Pages 234: Performance Evaluation of the VIDAS® Measles IgG Assay and Its Diagn ...
The objective of this study is primarily to compare the performance of the VIDAS® Measles immunoglobulin (Ig)G assay to that of two other serological assays using an immunoassay technique, Enzygnost® Anti-measles Virus/IgG (Siemens) and Measles IgG CAPTURE EIA® (Microimmune). The sensitivity and the more
Viruses, Vol. 8, Pages 230: Inoculation of Goats, Sheep, and Horses with MERS-CoV Does Not Resul ...
The Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) was first recognized in 2012 and can cause severe disease in infected humans. Dromedary camels are the reservoir for the virus, although, other than nasal discharge, these animals do not display any overt clinical disease. Data from in vitr more
Antibodies with ‘Original Antigenic Sin’ Properties Are Valuable Components of Secondary Immune ...
by Susanne L. Linderman, Scott E. Hensley Human antibodies (Abs) elicited by influenza viruses often bind with a high affinity to past influenza virus strains, but paradoxically, do not bind to the viral strain actually eliciting the response. This phenomena is called ‘original antigenic sin’ (OA more