Martijn H. J. van den Bosch

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Antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) represent a rapidly growing class of biotherapeutics that deliver drugs specifically to target cells by binding of the antibody component to surface receptors. The majority of ADCs require receptor internalization depending on intrinsic features of the specific ADC-antigen interaction. The development of potent ADCs would(More)
Complement-dependent cytotoxicity (CDC) represents an important Fc-mediated effector function of antibodies and is a quality often sought in candidates for therapeutic antibody development in cancer. Antibodies inducing potent CDC are relatively rare as the ability to induce CDC is strongly dependent on the antigen and epitope recognized as well as antibody(More)
Background: Monocytes are dominant cells present within the inflamed synovium during osteoarthritis (OA). In mice, two functionally distinct monocyte subsets are described: pro-inflammatory Ly6C and patrolling Ly6C monocytes. Alarmins S100A8/A9 locally released by the synovium during inflammatory OA for prolonged periods may be dominant proteins involved in(More)
The evolution of cooperation is a fundamental and enduring puzzle in biology and the social sciences. Hundreds of theoretical models have been proposed, but empirical research has been hindered by the generation time of social organisms and by the difficulties of quantifying costs and benefits of cooperation. The significant increase in computational power(More)
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