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Preclinical animal studies have shown that Ab12.6, an agonistic human Ab targeting the erythropoietin receptor (EPOR), exhibits several potential dosing and safety features that make it an attractive clinical candidate for the treatment of anemia. Ab12.6 was derived by yeast display affinity maturation of parental Ab12, a strategy initially intended to(More)
Recombinant therapeutic monoclonal antibodies exhibit a high degree of heterogeneity that can arise from various post-translational modifications. The formulation for a protein product is to maintain a specific pH and to minimize further modifications. Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS), citric acid is commonly used for formulation to maintain a pH at a(More)
Efficient production of large quantities of therapeutic antibodies is becoming a major goal of the pharmaceutical industry. We developed a proprietary expression system using a polyprotein precursor-based approach to antibody expression in mammalian cells. In this approach, the coding regions for heavy and light chains are included within a single open(More)
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