First Report Of Humanizing An Antibody Fragment To Block Alleles Linked To Myasthenia Gravis
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B. Vijayalakshmi Ayyar is a staff scientist at Baylor College of Medicine. Ayyar is a Ph.D. qualified biochemist with considerable experience in molecular biology, antibody development, cell biology and microbiology, having strong interests in translational research involving the development of vaccines, immunotherapeutics and immunodiagnostics.

                       

First Report Of Humanizing An Antibody Fragment To Block Alleles Linked To Myasthenia Gravis

Our immune system protects us from diseases and infections. It is made up of a complex network of cells and organelles, communicating and functioning together to recognize and tackle any invading foreign substance (antigen) that may or may not threaten our wellbeing. The immune system has a unique ability to recognize and remember multitudes of different antigens. Additionally, it has the capability to distinguish between body’s own (“self”) and foreign (“non-self”) antigens, enabling it to act specifically against only foreign...

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