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Antibody structure, instability, and formulation.
Wang W
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 96(1), 1-26 (2007)
Kateryna Goncharova et al.
PloS one, 12(6), e0180002-e0180002 (2017-06-29)
Neurological disorders are among the main clinical problems affecting preterm children and often result in the development of communication and learning disabilities later in life. Several factors are of importance for brain development, however the role of immunoglobulins (passive immunity
Simone Ladel et al.
Pharmaceutics, 10(3) (2018-07-28)
The use of therapeutic antibodies for the treatment of neurological diseases is of increasing interest. Nose-to-brain drug delivery is one strategy to bypass the blood brain barrier. The neonatal Fc receptor (FcRn) plays an important role in transepithelial transcytosis of
E van Heugten et al.
Journal of animal science, 72(3), 658-664 (1994-03-01)
To investigate the effect of aflatoxin (AF) and dietary methionine (MET) on immune responses of swine, a total of 288 pigs weaned at 21 d of age were allotted to 12 dietary treatments arranged in a 3 x 4 factorial
S Hashira et al.
Pediatrics international : official journal of the Japan Pediatric Society, 42(4), 337-342 (2000-09-15)
Maternal immunoglobulin G (IgG), transferred across the placenta to the fetus during intrauterine life, is an important component of the neonatal immunological defence mechanisms against infection. There is controversy with respect to differences in placental transfer of the different IgG
Kuo-Hoong Lee et al.
Biosensors & bioelectronics, 23(4), 466-472 (2007-07-10)
This study reports a microfluidic chip integrated with an arrayed immunoassay for surface plasmon resonance (SPR) phase imaging of specific bio-samples. The SPR phase imaging system uses a surface-sensitive optical technique to detect two-dimensional (2D) spatial phase variation caused by
Michael Bailey et al.
Clinical and diagnostic laboratory immunology, 11(2), 337-343 (2004-03-12)
Normal piglets weaned onto soy- or egg-based diets generated antibody responses to fed protein. Concurrent infection with transmissible gastroenteritis virus (TGEV) did not affect the responses to dietary antigens at weaning, nor did it affect the subsequent development of tolerance.
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