back to homepage

bispecific antibodies Free Articles

An Overview of the Global Bispecific Antibody Therapeutics Market

bispecific antibodies (BsAbs) are discovered as potential candidates of cancer therapeutic agents.

Read More

The Tumor Therapeutic Mechanism of Bispecific Antibodies

Bispecific antibodies (BsAbs) are one of the novel concepts that are regarded as the second-generation antibodies for tumor therapies with broad prospects.

Read More

Roles of Anti-glycan Antibodies in Human Diseases

Glycans are the main components of the surfaces of erythrocytes, immune cells, microorganisms, etc., which results in the high-level production of anti-glycan antibodies.

Read More

Inspiring Immuno-oncology Therapeutics Based on Novel Bispecific Fusion Proteins

Researchers turn attention to combination therapeutics, i.e. using two or more agents together to treat cancer.

Read More

Frequently Asked Questions About Coronavirus Antibody Testing

Coronavirus antibody testing detects the presence of antibodies in your blood sample. Read further to know more about coronavirus antibody testing.

Read More

The Second Generation of Antibody Therapy for Tumors—Bispecific Antibodies

Bispecific antibodies have received more and more attention as new strategies of anti-tumor immunotherapy. So, what is it and how does it work? This article will give a full introduction to this techonology.

Read More

Opportunities and Obstacles of Bispecific Antibody in Cancer Immunotherapy

With more than three dozen companies developing bispecific antibodies, the next frontier of cancer therapy may well involve these genetically engineered, recombinant antibodies.

Read More

How to Generate Three Common Types of Bispecific Antibody Conjugates?

Bispecific Antibodies (bsAbs), a type of artificial proteins that can simultaneously bind to two different and unique antigens (or different epitopes of the same antigen), are widely used for both academic and clinical purposes. It's admitted that genetic engineering is the most prevalent method to generate bsAbs, while a variety of cross-linked antibodies (known as bispecific antibody conjugates) can also be generated by different chemical strategies.

Read More

What are the latest technologies being used to develop ADCs?

Non-cleavable stable linkers are designed to degrade ADCs naturally similar to all naked antibodies by the proteolytic degradation. The non-cleavable linkers require intracellular uptake and are not degraded by blood enzymes allowing very high degree of extracellular stability.

Read More

Cancer Biological Therapy Market size worth $100bn by 2023

Cancer Biological Therapy Market size was USD 61.3 billion in 2015, with revenue forecast to cross USD 100 billion, at upwards of 6% growth from 2016 to 2023.

Read More

How Vaccines Work

How vaccines work to stimulate the body into producing antibodies is a fascinating study irrespective of your views on them. In spite of many opinions, it has been demonstrated that vaccination can strengthen resistance to bacteria and viruses generally and help reduce the effects of secondary infections.

Read More

Revealing the Details of Changes in Spike Proteins of SARS-CoV-2 Omicron Mutant Strains

Scientists recently have determined the precise structural changes on the spike protein of the Omicron mutant strain through research.

Read More

Abzyme, an Important Artificial Synthetic Enzyme

The development of artificial synthetic enzymes is still in the initial stage, and significant progress has been made after several years of effort. The artificial enzyme developed has a catalytic speed close to that of natural enzymes, which means that the speed of chemical reactions can be increased by more than 100 million times (natural enzymes are usually 10 billion to 1000 billion times).

Read More

Model Organisms in Research and Model-org Antibodies Development

It's acknowledged that researchers rarely can perform direct experiments on human subjects. Therefore, model organisms become attractive examples to be studied when other species, especially humans, are not practical. Furthermore, a wealth of favorable characteristics also make model organism antibodies become a hot spot.

Read More

SNCC Offers Immunotherapy, Cancer Vaccines

The immune system is developed to help protect the body from infections and diseases. Immune cells are designed to travel through the body to detect harmful germs or cells that can cause infections. The immune system can also help protect the body from cancer in some ways; however, there are limits to what the immune system can do to fight cancer on its own.

Read More