Brad W. Rose

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The extracellular environment possesses a rich milieu of biophysical and biochemical signaling cues that are simultaneously integrated by cells and influence cellular phenotype. Yes-associated protein (YAP) and transcriptional co-activator with PDZ-binding motif (WWTR1; TAZ), two important signaling molecules of the Hippo pathway, have been recently(More)
The preference for interleukin-2 receptor (IL-2R) expression on activated, compared with resting T lymphocytes makes the IL-2R a promising target for selective immunosuppressive therapy. To increase the potential therapeutic effectiveness of anti-IL-2R monoclonals, a chimeric mouse/human variant was constructed from Ig genes isolated from a murine(More)
A chimeric mouse/human MAb against the human p55 IL-2R was constructed from Ig genes isolated from a mouse hybridoma cell line, designated AHT107. AHT107 binds to a different epitope on p55 than IL-2, and similar to observations made for other rodent anti-IL-2R antibodies that do not recognize the same or spatially related epitope as IL-2, murine AHT107 did(More)
Transgenic mice were developed that secreted chimeric mouse/human anti-human interleukin-2 receptor (IL-2R) antibodies (Ab) into their serum. In addition, hybridomas producing the chimeric Ab in tissue culture were generated from the transgenic mice. The presence of the mouse/human immunoglobulin (Ig) transgene did not appear to affect rearrangement of(More)
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