Yves M Galante

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A procedure is described for the production of calcitonin-specific hybridomas which involves primary and secondary immunization of Balb/c mice in the hind footpads with free, synthetic human calcitonin and cell fusion of lymphocytes from popliteal lymphonodes with a P3 x 63 myeloma line. This protocol offers the following advantages: (a) it is short and(More)
NADH dehydrogenase is an iron-sulfur flavoprotein which is isolated and purified from Complex I (mitochondrial NADH: ubiquinone oxidoreductase) by resolution with NaClO4. The activity of the enzyme (followed as NADH: 2-methylnaphthoquinone oxidoreductase) increases linearly with protein concentration (in the range between 0.2 and 1.0 mg/ml) and decreases(More)
Two N-1 type iron-sulfur clusters in NADH-ubiquinone oxidoreductase (Complex I, EC were potentiometrically resolved: one was titrated as a component with a midpoint oxidation-reduction potential of -335 mV at pH 8.0, and with an n-value equal to one; the other as an extremely low midpoint potential component (Em 8.0 less than -500 mV). These two(More)
A procedure is described for the efficient production of insulin-specific monoclonal antibodies, which involves primary and secondary immunization of BALB/c mice in the hind footpads with bovine or porcine insulin and fusion of lymphocytes from popliteal lymph nodes with a P3x63 murine myeloma line. With this protocol, over 200 positive hybrids were(More)
Mouse monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) have been produced against porcine ACTH and tested for their immunocytochemical utility. Ten out of 12 MAbs reacted with formaldehyde-fixed human ACTH[1–39] and fragments thereof. Cytochemical fragment testing revealed that 6 of the 10 MAbs recognized epitopes in the vicinity of the region where porcine ACTH differs from(More)
Twenty-seven monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) to synthetic human calcitonin (CT) were characterized for their reactivities with human CT peptide fragments by dot-blot analysis on nitrocellulose paper. Most of the antibodies bound to the C-terminus and fewer to the mid-region of CT. We have studied thyroid tissue specimens from several animal species after(More)