Anna Nepomich

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Porcine organs are rapidly rejected after transplantation into primate recipients due to the presence of preexisting immunoglobulins that bind to terminal galactose alpha1,3 galactose residues (alpha-galactosyl) present on porcine glycoproteins and glycolipids. Currently available immunosuppressive reagents have been largely ineffective at controlling the(More)
Unlike natural antibodies, single-chain Fv (sFv) proteins normally lack asparagine-linked glycosylation. Many designed immunoconjugates and other therapeutics currently employ the advantageous conjugation chemistry or targeting properties provided by the glycoprotein oligosaccharide domain. sFv proteins with engineered N-glycan designs were evaluated in(More)
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