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Anti-oligomeric Abeta single-chain variable domain antibody blocks Abeta-induced toxicity against human neuroblastoma cells.
The Amyloid-beta (Abeta) peptide is a major component of the amyloid plaques associated with Alzheimer's disease (AD). Recent studies suggest that the most toxic forms of Abeta are small, solubleExpand
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Recombinant Diabody-Based Immunocapture Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay for Quantification of Rabies Virus Glycoprotein
ABSTRACT The potency of rabies vaccines, determined using the NIH mouse protection test, can be directly correlated to the amount of rabies virus glycoprotein (RV GP) present in the vaccine. In anExpand
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A novel in vitro ELISA for estimation of glycoprotein content in human rabies vaccines
ABSTRACT In vitro methods for quantification of immunodominant glycoprotein in the rabies vaccine formulations serve as good alternative to the cumbersome and variable mice potency assay as a batchExpand
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Generation and Characterization of an scFv Directed against Site II of Rabies Glycoprotein
Recombinant antibody phage display technology is a vital tool that facilitates identification of specific binding molecules to a target enabling the rapid generation and selection of high affinity,Expand
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Development of recombinant single-chain variable fragment against hepatitis A virus and its use in quantification of hepatitis A antigen.
Phage display technology has been utilized for identification of specific binding molecules to an antigenic target thereby enabling the rapid generation and selection of high affinity, fully humanExpand
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Identification and Characterization of Novel Binding Epitope of Tetanus Toxoid by Phage Display Peptide Library
Phage display peptide libraries are widely used in various protein-protein interaction studies to determine the immunological binding of proteins and epitope mapping of different targets. In theExpand
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Development of Murine Monoclonal Antibodies, Characterization and Quantification of Diphtheria Toxoid in Vaccine Batches
Diphtheria is caused by Cornybacteria diphtheria and it is one of the contagious diseases with a mortality rate of 5% to 10% worldwide. Though the mass immunization of diphtheria vaccine reduces theExpand
Generation of FMDV recombinant 3 ABC protein and development of monoclonal antibodies as reagents for 3 ABC quantitative ELISA
FMDV is one of the most contagious disease in cloven hoofed animals and it is known to cause lameness, vesicular lesions on tongue, feet, teats and snout with reduced milk production, loss of weightExpand