human myeloma protein

human myeloma protein

[‚hyü·mən ‚mī·ə‚lō·mə ′prō‚tēn]
(immunology)
Any of a group of the first structurally discrete immunoglobulins known, resulting from the malignant expansion of a normal clone of antibody-producing cells.
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Fc and Fab and F (ab') 2 fragments were produced from several purified human myeloma proteins of each of the IgG subclasses, by pepsin and papain digestion (16).
The arrays were then washed and blocked with a 5 g/L solution of bovine serum albumin in PBS and incubated for 30 min to 24 h with 50 [micro]L of solution containing human myeloma proteins (Sigma Chemical Co.) diluted in 1 g/L bovine serum albumin.
Fc, Fab and F (ab') 2 fragments were prepared from several purified human myeloma proteins of each of the IgG subclasses, by pepsin and papain digestion (17).
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