binding antibody

binding antibody

A nonspecific term for any antibody which binds to its cognate antigen.
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Cantargia's other project, CANxx, is in the research phase and is aiming to develop an IL1RAP binding antibody optimised for the treatment of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases.
More comprehensive immune analyses demonstrated that PENNVAX-GP generated HIV-specific CD4+ T cell and binding antibody response rates close to 100% when delivered with either CELLECTRA intramuscular or intradermal devices.
The so-formed immune complex will continue migrating along the nitrocellulose membrane, onto which another binding antibody partner, the detection antibody, has been adsorbed in the shape of a line.
Assays of binding antibody, the most common antibody, measure antibody binding to [sup.125]I-[alpha]-bungarotoxin-labeled ACHR.
Rapid protein A assay for intrinsic factor and its binding antibody. J Clin Pathol.
Two possible explanations are the presence of an IgG3-TSH binding antibody not bound by protein A-sepharose but bound by protein G-sepharose; or dissociation of an IgG-TSH complex under the conditions of the protein A-sepharose separation, perhaps a result of the ionic strength, as demonstrated by Tamaki et al.
Neither the heterophilic blocking reagent (Scantibodies) nor protein A-Sepharose (3) was able to remove the interfering substance; however, this lack of reduction does not rule out a nonspecific binding antibody or agent.