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Malarial epitopes expressed on the surface of recombinant tobacco mosaic virus.
Using malaria as a model disease, we engineered the surface of tobacco mosaic tobamovirus (TMV) for presentation of selected epitopes to the mammalian immune system. The TMV coat protein is aExpand
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Plant-produced idiotype vaccines for the treatment of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma: Safety and immunogenicity in a phase I clinical study
Plant-made vaccines have been the subject of intense interest because they can be produced economically in large scale without the use of animal-derived components. Plant-made therapeutic vaccinesExpand
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Structural organization and differential expression of rice α-amylase genes
Abstract Rice alpha-amylases are encoded by a multigene family that has previously been classified into 5 hybridization groups. DNA sequence and Southern blot analysis identified three genesExpand
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Individualized human scFv vaccines produced in plants: humoral anti-idiotype responses in vaccinated mice confirm relevance to the tumor Ig.
We have developed a method for rapidly producing in plants the idiotype regions of the tumor-specific Ig as single-chain Fv (scFv) proteins for use in the treatment of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.Expand
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Malaria Epitopes Expressed on the surface of Recombinant Tobacco Mosaic Virus
Using malaria as a model disease, we engineered the surface of tobacco mosaic tobamovinis (TMV) for presentation of selected epitopes to the mammalian immune system. The TMV coat protein is aExpand
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RAmy2A; a novel α-amylase-encoding gene in rice
Abstract The structure and expression of the α-amylase-encoding gene, RAmy2A, are described. This only representative of the Amy2 subfamily in rice differs from other cereal α-amylase-encoding genesExpand
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RAmy2A; a novel alpha-amylase-encoding gene in rice.
The structure and expression of the alpha-amylase-encoding gene, RAmy2A, are described. This only representative of the Amy2 subfamily in rice differs from other cereal alpha-amylase-encoding genesExpand
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Structural organization and differential expression of rice alpha-amylase genes.
Rice alpha-amylases are encoded by a multigene family that has previously been classified into 5 hybridization groups. DNA sequence and Southern blot analysis identified three genes (RAmy1A, RAmy1BExpand
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Creation de regions de liaison a sequence et longueur variables, pour molecules a domaine double ou multiple
L'invention concerne des procedes et des compositions pour la creation d'une molecule d'ADN, d'ARN ou de proteine, comprenant deux ou plusieurs domaines polypeptidiques ou nucleotidiques relies parExpand