Nelson Teng

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  • INFLUENCE OF AVIDITY AND IDIOTOPE RECOGNITION ON THE MODULATION OF SURFACE-IMMUNOGLOBULIN ON MALIGNANT HUMAN B-CELLS BY RAT MONOCLONAL ANTIIDIOTYPE ANTIBODIES JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY Campbell, M., Bieber, M., Levy, R., Teng, N. N. 1986; 136 (8): 2983-2988

    Abstract:

    Immunoglobulin (Ig) was obtained from the tumor cells of patients with B cell malignancies by somatic cell hybridization to mouse-human heteromyeloma cells. The human Ig secreted by one of these hybridomas was used as an immunogen for the production of rat monoclonal antibodies (mAb). A panel of mAb specific for the idiotype (Id) was produced and characterized. Competitive binding studies that made use of [Se]-labeled anti-Id mAb (MAID) demonstrated several distinct yet topographically related Id on the Id-bearing Ig. These antibodies were shown to have avidities ranging from 0.38 to 45.3 X 10(8) l/mol. Additional studies demonstrated varying degrees of antigenic modulation of surface Id in vitro by MAID. The degree of modulation correlates with antibody avidity.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1986C169100038

    View details for PubMedID 3485677

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