George T. Diderrich

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A critical review of the NIH test is given. The results of four studies are presented which show that in the case of purified chick embryo cell inactivated rabies vaccine there is a profound difference between the result after heterologous intracerebral challenge with the prescribed CVS strain and homologous challenge with the LEP-C 26 strain. CVS strains(More)
The production of recombinant glycoprotein therapeutics requires characterization of glycosylation with respect to the lot-to-lot consistency. Here we introduce the ¿hypothetical N-glycan charge Z' as a parameter that allows to characterize the protein glycosylation in a simple, however, efficient manner. The hypothetical N-glycan charge of a given(More)
Electron micrographs of a fraction containing dimers isolated from pooled human polyclonal immunoglobulin G (IgG) suggest essentially a cyclic geometry compatible with bivalently associated monomers. It is obvious that such a structure can be produced by idiotype (Id)--anti-idiotype (anti-Id) interactions where the latter are able to neutralize certain(More)
When comparing anti-viral antibody titers of intravenous immunoglobulins (i.v.-Igs) comprising two 7S IgG preparations and one corresponding (Fab')2 product, the specificity of the second ab-peroxidase conjugate employed in the ELISA was found to be decisive for the experimental results. Abs specific for the whole IgG molecule, in contrast to the (Fab')2(More)
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