New answers tagged

1

What we're basically looking at with ADC internalization Courtesy of Bayer So the way an ADC works: The antibody-drug conugate binds to a target antigen like a transmembrane receptor, the cell in response engulfs the entire complex and send it to an endosome. What the cell can do with the endosome depends on the cargo. Digressing, the ADC internalization ...


0

B cells containing receptors against food's or drug's molecular structures may exists. However if the naive B cell binds the molecule without a second signal coming simultaneously from CD4 Tfh cells (linked recognition) the B cells recognizing this antigen will become anergic or will die by apoptosis. This occurs with antigens to which we are chronically ...



Top 50 recent answers are included