Sonia M Gregory

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AIM The majority of the subcutaneously injected monoclonal antibodies already on the market achieve 50-65% bioavailability, yet the fate of the portion that is lost remains unknown. This consistently incomplete systemic absorption affects the efficacy, safety and overall cost of the drug product. There are many potential factors that might influence the(More)
Analytical methods based on light microscopy, 90° light-scattering and surface plasmon resonance (SPR) allowed the characterization of aggregation that can occur when antibodies are mixed with human plasma. Light microscopy showed that aggregates formed when human plasma was mixed with 5% dextrose solutions of Herceptin(®) (trastuzumab) or Avastin(®)(More)
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