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1982 318
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1999 232
2000 254
2001 312
2002 294
2003 273
2004 253
2005 248
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2007 209
2008 198
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Immunoglobulin G biosynthesis in a human lymphoblastoid cell line. Differences between membrane-bound and secretory forms of gamma chains.
Owen MJ and Kissonerghis AM. Eur J Biochem 1982. PMID 6806098 Free article.
The cultured human B lymphoblastoid cell line Maja synthesises two forms of the gamma heavy chain of immunoglobulin G (IgG) that differ in apparent molecular weight. ...
The cultured human B lymphoblastoid cell line Maja synthesises two forms of the gamma heavy chain of immunoglobulin G (IgG) that diff …
Expression of immunoglobulin gene with classical V-(D)-J rearrangement in mouse brain neurons.
Huang J, et al. Int J Biochem Cell Biol 2008. PMID 18243769
Within the past 10 years, several investigators have reported the presence of immunoglobulin G in brain neurons. However, because immunoglobulin molecules were only known to be produced by B-lymphocytes, it was suspected that the neurons were taking immunoglobulin G up from the extracellular fluid. ...Taken together, the results indicated that immunoglobulin G originated from both early generated and adult mouse neurons. Although the bioactivity of neuron-derived immunoglobulin G was not yet clear, we believed that immunoglobulin G might play an important role in neuronal development....
Within the past 10 years, several investigators have reported the presence of immunoglobulin G in brain neurons. However, because …
The bigger B cell picture
Mackay F. Nat Rev Immunol 2016. PMID 26806483
The fractional synthesis rates of plasma proteins as determined using deuterated water are sensitive to dietary intake of lysine in rats
Tian Y, et al. Amino Acids 2018. PMID 30178102
The FSRs of albumin and immunoglobulin (Ig) G in plasma increased with increasing dietary intake of lysine. However, the albumin concentration in plasma in rats in the LG did not decrease significantly compared with that in the NG, and a similar result was shown for the IgG concentration between the NG and HG. ...
The FSRs of albumin and immunoglobulin (Ig) G in plasma increased with increasing dietary intake of lysine. However, the albumin conc …
Label-free, spatially multiplexed SPR detection of immunoassays on a highly integrated centrifugal Lab-on-a-Disc platform
Miyazaki CM, et al. Biosens Bioelectron 2018. PMID 30103158
While the emphasis of this work is on the fluidic automation and parallelization by previously introduced, very robust event-triggered valving and buoyancy-driven centripetal pumping schemes, we successfully implement an immunoglobulin G (IgG) assay; by specific functionalization of the detection surfaces, the same disc layout can readily be customised for immunoassays panels from whole blood....
While the emphasis of this work is on the fluidic automation and parallelization by previously introduced, very robust event-triggered valvi …
Enhanced production of full-length immunoglobulin G via the signal recognition particle (SRP)-dependent pathway in Escherichia coli.
Lee YJ, et al. J Biotechnol 2013. PMID 23528343
Because of the lack of post-translational glycosylation, Escherichia coli is not a preferable host for immunoglobulin G (IgG) production. ...
Because of the lack of post-translational glycosylation, Escherichia coli is not a preferable host for immunoglobulin G (IgG) product …
Cell-free translation of immunoglobulin G polypeptides by chicken bursal RNA.
Kanki T, et al. Immunology 1981. PMID 6795105 Free PMC article.
The acquisition of messenger RNA controlling the translation of immunoglobulin G was studied in the chicken bursa of Fabricius, using the cell-free translation system of wheat germ lysate. ...
The acquisition of messenger RNA controlling the translation of immunoglobulin G was studied in the chicken bursa of Fabricius, using …
Trans-acting oligodeoxythymidine phosphorothioate triester reagents for transient transfection optimized and facilitated by a high-throughput microbioreactor system
Hsu CJ, et al. Biotechnol Appl Biochem 2018. PMID 29023997
The microbioreactor system has been particularly useful for assessing the ability of dTtaPS(10+) to deliver a plasmid encoding immunoglobulin IgG1 in a fed-batch serum-free suspension CHO cell culture; dTtaPS(10+) -mediated transfection resulted in the production of IgG1 in yields comparable to or better than those obtained with commercial lipid-based transfection reagents under similar conditions. ...
The microbioreactor system has been particularly useful for assessing the ability of dTtaPS(10+) to deliver a plasmid encoding immunoglob
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