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Transforming growth factor β (TGF-β) is released by a variety of cells and known to be involved in many different processes including the immune response, wound healing and carcinogenesis. As most experimental investigations have been based on quantitative analysis of TGF-β production using a...
A modification of the COS cell transient expression system for isolating cDNAs encoding antibody defined molecules was used to clone the carcinoma antigen defined by monoclonal antibody CORC-6. Bacteria were transformed with cDNA prepared from colon carcinoma cells and immediately divided into...
It is well established that the fluorescent probes dihydrodichlorofluorescein diacetate (H 2 DCF-DA) and dihydrorhodamine 123 (H 2 R123) can be used to detect the respiratory burst response of mature myeloid cells. We describe a simple, fast and quantitative assay for myeloid differentiation...
In order to quantify oligomeric human tumor necrosis factor-α (TNF), we have developed a sensitive homologous enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (Hm-ELISA) using the same monoclonal antibody (MoAb) for both solid and liquid phase. Different anti-TNF MoAb have been compared in terms of their...
Granulomas consist of organised collections of macrophages showing evidence of activation in response to an agent localised within a tissue. To date, in vitro models of granuloma formation have failed to reproduce the histological appearance of a granuloma, which forms a characteristic...
The baculovirus expression system has been used for the production of a variety of proteins, including antibodies. Two single-gene constructs encoding single-chain immunoglobulins have recently been developed. The antibody employed was monoclonal antibody (MAb) CC49 which reacts with the...
As part of our ongoing work to extend the range of applications of the non-isotopic carbonyl metalloimmunoassay (CMIA), previously developed in our laboratory, we describe here the first CMIA study of carbamazepine. The CMIA method uses a metal carbonyl complex as a non-isotopic tracer, and in...
Commercially available ELISA kits now make it possible to measure cytokines in biological samples and cell culture supernatants. We have compared the levels of IL-1β, IL-6, IL-8 and TNF-α in various pathological plasma and synovial fluids, and in supernatants of human monocytes activated by...
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