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Antibody phage display : methods and protocols

Author: Philippa M O'Brien; Robert Aitken
Publisher: Totowa, N.J. : Humana Press, ©2002.
Series: Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), v. 178.
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Antibody phage display, the definitive technology for monoclonal production, has now advanced to a stage where it can be performed in nonspecialized research laboratories. In Antibody Phage Display: Methods and Protocols, Philippa M. O'Brien and Robert Aitken combine in one volume a comprehensive collection of established antibody phage display protocols, each accompanied by authoritative guidance that will enable  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Antibody phage display.
Totowa, N.J. : Humana Press, 2002
(DLC) 2001039568
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Philippa M O'Brien; Robert Aitken
ISBN: 0896039064 9780896039063 0585403368 9780585403366 1592592406 9781592592401
OCLC Number: 50175105
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 401 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Innovative proteomics for the discovery of systemically accessible cancer biomarkers suitable for imaging and targeted therapies --
A capillary electrophoresis method for evaluation of abeta proteolysis in vitro --
Exercise-induced HSP27, HSP70 and mapk responses in human skeletal muscle --
Transcriptome analysis of the response to chronic constant hypoxia in zebrafish hearts --
Tuberculosis outbreaks predicted by characteristics of first patients in a DNA fingerprint cluster --
Aromatase inhibitors: Past, present and future --
The recovery of immunoglobulin sequences from single human B cells by clonal expansion --
Strength, workload, anaerobic intensity and the immune response to resistance exercise in women --
Uptake and intracellular distribution of various metal ions in human monocyte-derived dendritic cells detected by newport green DCF diacetate ester --
A rapid method purifies a glycoprotein of MR 145,000 as the LDL receptor of trypanosoma brucei brucei --
Diagnostic value of different PCR assays for the detection of mycobacterial DNA in granulomatous lymphadenopathy --
Glutaraldehyde fixation increases retention of low molecular weight proteins (growth factors) transferred to nylon membranes for western blot analysis --
[molecular imaging of apoptosis and necrosis --
basic principles of cell biology and use in oncology] --
Allelic exchange in mycobacterium tuberculosis with long linear recombination substrates --
Use of a volatile buffer system in ion-exchange high-performance liquid chromatography of oligonucleotides --
Gender-specific effects of estrogen receptor alpha gene haplotype on high-density lipoprotein cholesterol response to atorvastatin: Interaction with apolipoprotein ai gene polymorphism --
Single cell assay with an automated capillary microinjection system --
Cyclin E overexpression impairs progression through mitosis by inhibiting APC(cdh1) --
Peptide mapping by CNBR fragmentation using a sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide minigel system --
The "new genetics" and clinical practice --
NMR studies of the conformations of leghemoglobins from soybean and lupin --
Thin-layer chromatographic method for the determination of glycosyltransferase activity --
Formation of transient polykaryons by fusion of erythrocytes of different developmental programs --
Sputum proteomics in inflammatory and suppurative respiratory diseases --
Visualization of reversible macromolecular reactions in an analytical ultracentrifuge --
Bearing of genetic data on the interpretation of the subunit structure of octanol dehydrogenase of drosophila --
Phosphoproteomic analysis of signaling pathways in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma patient samples --
Influences of hydraulic loading rate on svoc removal and microbial community structure in drinking water treatment biofilters --
Detection of leishmania DNA by polymerase chain reaction in scars of treated human patients --
Identification of 3',5'-cyclic amp in axenic cultures of lemna paucicostata by high-performance liquid chromatography --
Regulatory t cell vaccination without autoantigen protects against experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis --
In situ visualization of high genetic diversity in a natural microbial community --
Use of PCR to isolate genes encoding sigma54-dependent activators from diverse bacteria --
Insertional mutagenesis and recovery of interrupted genes of streptococcus mutans by using transposon TN917: Preliminary characterization of mutants displaying acid sensitivity and nutritional requirements --
Periodic phenomena in proteus mirabilis swarm colony development --
Genomics and diversity of the common marmoset monkey NK complex.
Series Title: Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), v. 178.
Responsibility: edited by Philippa M. O'Brien and Robert Aitken.

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