Tag Archives: IgG

Site-specific antibody labeling with novel photocrosslinking technology

AoS. Site-Specific Antibody Labeling with Novel Photocrosslinking Technology

Our research presents a novel, site-specific approach to labeling antibodies with molecules for various applications, improving upon traditional methods of antibody conjugation. The method is widely compatible and modular, enabling labs to rapidly label their antibodies for

Importance of drinking microfiltered raw immune-milk from cows immunized against SARS-CoV-2 in providing short-term protection against COVID-19

AoS. SARS-CoV-2 in providing short-term protection against COVID-19

COVID-19 is the infectious disease caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which causes severe respiratory tract infections in humans, has become a global health concern. Currently, all the effort used to prevent the spread of this virus

Designer antibody therapeutics

We inhabit a hostile environment and are susceptible to infection by current and future pathogenic organisms (foreign bodies; antigens) resulting from mutation and selection forces. Personal integrity is assured by the humoral and cellular immune system (IS)

UFACS3: A fast and reliable method for the isolation of three non-parenchymal liver cell types from one mouse

Liver fibrosis is a chronic liver disease due to a viral infection or to repeated exposures to alcohol, drugs or unhealthy food. Upon liver damage, a cascade of cellular interactions is initiated to collectively try to restore

Innovative method for oriented and closed-packed immobilization of immunoglobulins

For enhancing the sensitivity of immunosensing techniques, both clustering and oriented immobilization of immunoglobulin G (IgG) on solid phase are crucial. Conventionally, IgGs have been immobilized onto solid phases (e.g., gold, silica) with variety of scaffold chemistries