Nonnative aggregation of an IgG1 antibody in acidic conditions: part 1. Unfolding, colloidal interactions, and formation of high-molecular-weight aggregates.


Monomeric and aggregated states of an IgG1 antibody were characterized under acidic conditions as a function of solution pH (3.5-5.5). A combination of intrinsic/extrinsic fluorescence (FL), circular dichroism, calorimetry, chromatography, capillary electrophoresis, and laser light scattering were used to characterize unfolding, refolding, native colloidal… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/jps.22448


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