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ET-18-O-CH3 (1-O-octadecyl-2-O-methyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine) is an antiproliferative agent, blocking the growth of cancer cells both in vitro and in vivo. However, there is controversy regarding the mechanism leading to its antiproliferative effects. CoA-independent transacylase (CoA-IT) is an enzyme that remodels arachidonate between specific(More)
N-Linked glycosylation is a post-translational event whereby carbohydrates are added to secreted proteins at the consensus sequence Asn-Xaa-Ser/Thr, where Xaa is any amino acid except proline. Some consensus sequences in secreted proteins are not glycosylated, indicating that consensus sequences are necessary but not sufficient for glycosylation. In order(More)
Fluorescence spectroscopy has been used to measure changes in the tertiary structure of proteins in the solution state. The sensitivity of fluorescence to the protein tryptophan environment has made it a useful tool for studying protein conformation and stability. Using fluorescence spectroscopy to probe structural alterations in lyophilized proteins has(More)
ABP 501 is being developed as a biosimilar to adalimumab. Comprehensive comparative analytical characterization studies have been conducted and completed. The objective of this study was to assess analytical similarity between ABP 501 and two adalimumab reference products (RPs), licensed by the United States Food and Drug Administration (adalimumab [US])(More)
PURPOSE To investigate the role and importance of the four methionines in recombinant human leptin, and the effect of methionine oxidation in leptin structural stability and biological activity. METHODS Oxidized leptin derivatives were prepared in the presence of H2O2 and t-butylhydroperoxide, separated by RP-HPLC, and characterized by peptide mapping and(More)
A significant challenge of traditional glycan mapping techniques is that they do not provide site-specific glycosylation information. Therefore, for proteins containing multiple glycosylation sites, the individual glycan species present at a particular site cannot be differentiated from those species present at the other glycosylation sites on the molecule.(More)
It has been well documented that papain cleaves an IgG1 molecule to release Fab and Fc domains; however, papain was found unable to release such domains from an IgG2. Here we present a new combinatory strategy to analyze the heterogeneity of the light chain (LC), single chain Fc (sFc), and Fab portion of the heavy chain (Fd) of an IgG2 molecule released by(More)
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