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Purification of human blood burst-forming units-erythroid and demonstration of the evolution of erythropoietin receptors
Sequence of a cDNA coding for a rat class II A alpha chain: extensive DNA and protein sequence identity to H-2 A alpha and HLA-DC1 alpha chains
Partial amino acid sequences of kappa-chains of rat immunoglobulins: genetic and evolutionary implications
Pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and physiologically-based pharmacokinetic modelling of monoclonal antibodies
Escherichia coli RNA polymerase subunit omega and its N-terminal domain bind full-length beta' to facilitate incorporation into the alpha2beta subassembly
Amino-acid sequence of the variable region of the heavy (alpha) chain of a mouse myeloma protein with anti-hapten activity
Variable region framework differences result in decreased or increased affinity of variant anti-digoxin antibodies
EndoS, a novel secreted protein from Streptococcus pyogenes with endoglycosidase activity on human IgG
Development of a highly sensitive latex reagent directed against C-reactive protein (CRP) using epitope analysis with monoclonal antibodies
A human T cell-specific cDNA clone encodes a protein having extensive homology to immunoglobulin chains
Use of a highly sensitive latex reagent with amino acid spacer for determination of C-reactive protein concentration in a variety of liver diseases
Domain organization of RNA polymerase alpha subunit: C-terminal 85 amino acids constitute a domain capable of dimerization and DNA binding
Amino acids sequences near the "switch point" of heavy chains of human immunoglobulins: genetic hypothesis
Folding screening assayed by proteolysis: application to various cystine deletion mutants of vascular endothelial growth factor
Cooperation between somatic mutation and germline-encoded residues enables antibody recognition of HIV-1 envelope glycans
Probability analysis of variational crystallization and its application to gp120, the exterior envelope glycoprotein of type 1 human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1).
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