Simone L Sturt

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Cathepsin S (EC 3.4.22.27), a cysteine proteinase of the papain superfamily, plays a critical role in the generation of a major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class II restricted T-cell response by antigen-presenting cells. Therefore, selective inhibition of this enzyme may be useful in modulating class II restricted T-cell responses in immune-related(More)
To meet the increasing requirement for therapeutic antibodies to conduct clinical trials, an enhanced culture medium and fed-batch process was developed for GS-NS0 cell lines. This process was shown to produce high concentrations of monoclonal antibodies for several cell lines expressing different antibodies. Cells were adapted to growth in a glutamine- and(More)
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