blocking antibody


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blocking antibody

[¦bläk·iŋ ¦ant·i‚bäd·e]
(immunology)
Antibody that inhibits the reaction between antigen and other antibodies or sensitized T lymphocytes.
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All we did was delay the onset and reduce the severity,' says Banerjee, who adds that the next step will be to increase the dose of blocking antibody.
A quantitative in vitro study of the chromatographic distribution and immunoglobulin characteristics of human blocking antibody.
Poster Title: Essential role of fibroblast growth factor receptor 2 (FGFR2) in tumorigenesis of human cancers harboring FGFR2 amplification demonstrated by a functional blocking antibody
The MedImmune agents include the CTLA-4 blocking antibody tremelimumab, an OX40 receptor agonist antibody, and a B7-H1 (or PD-L1) blocking antibody.
We are on target to complete Phase I studies of IMC-1121B on several administration schedules in the first half of 2007 and intend to focus significant efforts on developing this promising VEGFr-2 blocking antibody," said Eric Rowinsky, M.
The efficiency of this HAMA blocking antibody in CARDIAC T Quantitative has been repeatedly tested with heparinized blood samples where plasma was exchanged by two commercial HAMA sera (cat.