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Antibody Drug Conjugates – A Potential Treatment for Cancer

Antibody drug conjugates (ADCs) are therapeutic agent which combines the targeting capability of monoclonal antibody (mAbs) and of cytotoxic agent which targets and kills cancer cell without affecting healthy cell. 308 more words

Antibody

Different proteins could annotate a single mass peak of a mass spectrum

Functional annotation of mass spectrum of bacterial cells obtained by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF MS) generates the biological meaning that underpins the use of mass spectrometry for microbial identification. 116 more words

Biochemistry

The Protein Man's Journal | A Discourse of Protein Research / Expel BSA and Gelatin from Antibody Solutions for Antibody Tagging

Refined and business antibodies are routinely put away in cradles that contain the proteins ox-like serum egg whites (BSA) and gelatin as these go about as stabilizers amid long haul stockpiling. 2,269 more words

Antibody

The Protein Man's Journal | A Discourse of Protein Research Expel BSA and Gelatin from Antibody Solutions for Antibody Tagging

Refined and business antibodies are routinely put away in cradles that contain the proteins ox-like serum egg whites (BSA) and gelatin as these go about as stabilizers amid long haul stockpiling. 2,270 more words

Research

Rising Hope:In the March to a Cure for HIV/AIDS

HKU AIDS Institute Lab. Photo by Jasmine HONG. 

“Hope for AIDS,” “a new drug to eliminate HIV” and “a finding worth the Nobel Prize” (see an example… 1,735 more words

Features

New Possibility towards Cure for HIV

A research team led by scientists at AIDS Institute and Department of Microbiology, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine of The University of Hong Kong (HKU) have invented a universal antibody drug against HIV/AIDS which is another promising development towards cure for HIV. 335 more words

STD

New Antibody Suppresses Epstein-Barr Virus Infection

Since the advent of vaccines in 1798, the world has seen eradication of smallpox, an infectious disease that once killed up to a third of those infected, and near-eradication of several other crippling viruses such as polio, Guinea worm, and measles. 415 more words

Biology