Priscilla Kheddo

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The effects of an equimolar mixture of l-arginine and l-glutamate (Arg·Glu) on cell viability and cellular stress using in vitro cell culture systems are examined with reference to NaCl, in the context of monoclonal antibody formulation. Cells relevant to subcutaneous administration were selected: the human monocyte cell line THP-1, grown as a single cell(More)
Finding excipients which mitigate protein self-association and aggregation is an important task during formulation. Here, the effect of an equimolar mixture of l-Arg and l-Glu (Arg·Glu) on colloidal and conformational stability of four monoclonal antibodies (mAb1-mAb4) at different pH is explored, with the temperatures of the on-set of aggregation (Tagg)(More)
Assessing how excipients affect the self-association of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) requires informative and direct in situ measurements for highly concentrated solutions, without sample dilution or perturbation. This study explores the application of solution nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy for characterization of typical mAb behavior in(More)
Liquid-liquid phase separation (LLPS) of monoclonal antibody (mAb) formulations involves spontaneous separation into dense (protein-rich) and diluted (protein-lean) phases and should be avoided in the final drug product. Understanding the factors leading to LLPS and ways to predict and prevent it would therefore be highly beneficial. Here we describe the(More)
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