Maria Kärrlander

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Extensive angiogenesis, formation of new capillaries from pre-existing blood vessels, is an important feature of malignant glioma. Several antiangiogenic drugs targeting vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) or its receptors are currently in clinical trials as therapy for high-grade glioma and bevacizumab was recently approved by the FDA for treatment(More)
Recombinant proteins, commonly expressed in fusion with an affinity tag to facilitate purification, are often used as immunogens for polyclonal antibody production. Careful immunopurification of the antibody product is often the key to obtaining a high-specificity polyclonal antibody against the protein domain of interest. This study describes the(More)
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