E. V. Khokhlova

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We report the genome sequences of four isolates of a human gut symbiont, Bifidobacterium longum. Strains 44B and 35B were isolated from two 1-year-old infants, while 1-6B and 2-2B were isolated from the same children 5 years later. The sequences permit investigations of factors enabling long-term colonization of bifidobacteria.
We described two original genetic constructs encoding chimeric monomolecular T-cell receptors, where the effector T-cell receptor fragment was linked with the antigen-recognizing part consisting of two variable fragments of two different antibodies to carcinoembryonic antigen. Following transfection, these receptors were expressed on the cell surface and(More)
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