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Anti-idiotypic antibodies are antibodies against the antigenic determinants (idiotypes) of an antibody's antigen-binding region. Anti-idiotypes can bind near (Ab2 gamma) or away (Ab2 alpha) from the antigen-combining site or can carry the internal image of the antigen (Ab2 beta). Idiotypes and anti-idiotypes have been described in T- and B-cell systems.(More)
Phasins are a group of proteins associated to granules of polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs). Apart from their structural role as part of the PHA granule cover, different structural and regulatory functions have been found associated to many of them, and several biotechnological applications have been developed using phasin protein fusions. Despite their(More)
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