antibody

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The anti-cocaine catalytic antibody, which was exclusively licensed from Columbia University, is in preclinical research.
Unlike a natural antibody, a catalytic antibody can disarm more than one cocaine molecule, possibly offering a long-lasting immunity against the drug, researchers report in the March 26 SCIENCE.
Nasdaq: MEDI) today announced that it has entered into an exclusive licensing agreement and a research collaboration with Columbia University to develop and commercialize a catalytic antibody against cocaine to treat overdose and addiction.
performed the disfavored chemical maneuver anyway with the help of a new catalytic antibody.
A catalytic antibody (CAb) is a type of monoclonal antibody that cleaves and thereby permanently inactivates a target molecule, and goes on to locate and cleave other identical targets in a continuing process (a catalytic effect) while circulating in the body.
under which Sandoz will fund Affymax research on the feasibility of developing a catalytic antibody which would be used in the manufacture of a Sandoz proprietary pharmaceutical.
The increased breakage rate proved the viability of the catalytic antibody concept, notes Kim D.
Under development are microalgae-based products for the biopesticide markets and a patented aldolase catalytic antibody under license from The Scripps Research Institute.
Under development are natural astaxanthin for use as a human nutritional supplement; microalgae-based products for the biopesticide markets; and a patented aldolase catalytic antibody under license from The Scripps Research Institute.