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Establishing a strong presence in the development of humanized antibodies
Antitope provides immunogenicity assessment, protein engineering to create humanized antibodies and deimmunised therapeutic proteins, and cell line development for manufacture.
Antitope is an industry leader in immunogenicity assessment, protein engineering to create humanized antibodies and deimmunised therapeutic proteins, and cell line development for manufacture.
Multi-specific antibody libraries will be constructed based on the swift generation of a broad range of conventional murine monoclonal antibodies as well as completely defined genetically-engineered humanized antibodies and nanobodies.
have concluded a definitive agreement which resolves their dispute relating to Protein Design's antibody humanization patents and certain of Genentech's humanized antibodies.
This is the only rectal delivery technology that we are aware of that can deliver systemic, fully humanized antibodies in levels comparable to those obtained via the subcutaneous delivery route.
They have developed a number of advanced proprietary technologies that allow them to create humanized antibodies that can be used either alone in unlabeled or "naked" form, or conjugated with radioactive isotopes, chemotherapeutics, cytokines or toxins, in each case to create highly targeted agents.
Protein Design Labs is a leader in the development of therapeutic humanized antibodies for the prevention or treatment of cancer and certain immunologic disorders.
Progenics' humanized antibodies were tested alongside the parent murine antitoxin antibodies and alongside active comparator antitoxin antibodies, CDA1 and CDB1.
Gaithersburg, MD) rights to obtain commercial licenses under PDL's antibody humanization patents for up to three humanized antibodies over a period of five years.