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Physical and functional characterization of soluble protein antigen(s) produced by Renibacterium salmoninarum

Prasad S. D. Turaga

Physical and functional characterization of soluble protein antigen(s) produced by Renibacterium salmoninarum

by Prasad S. D. Turaga

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Salmonidae -- Diseases.,
  • Salmonidae -- Immunology.

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    Statementby Prasad S.D. Turaga.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination208 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15529147M

    Here, antigens are classes of molecules including soluble or membrane proteins, part or domains thereof (extracellular domains of GPCRs), peptides, carbohydrates, and small-molecular-weight moieties. Presentation of the antigen in a functional state or perhaps even mimicking the intended application is crucial for successful isolation of useful. Abstract. The molecular identity of the receptor molecule that enables T lymphocytes to recognize an antigen is unknown thus far. Binz and Wigzell [2] and Krawinkel and Rajewsky [9] have presented evidence that T cells express an antigen-recognizing receptor which seems to carry markers of the variable part of an immunoglobulin molecule; no evidence, however, has been found for the presence .

    Receptor on immune cells capable to deliver stimulatory or inhibitory signals that regulate cell activation and differentiation. Exists as a GPI-anchored and as a transmembrane form, each likely initiating distinct signaling pathways via phosphoinositol 3-kinase in activated NK cells and via LCK and CD/CD3 zeta chain in activated T cells (PubMed, PubMed, PubMed). into endogenously synthesized antigens versus ex- ogenously introduced soluble proteins and there is evi- dence to support the idea that there are two separate pathways for antigen processing and presentation with the two classes of MHC molecules (Germain, ; Braciale et al., ).

    In the present study, we found that the soluble form of the CD38 antigen (sCD38) bears a binding domain of low affinity for a cellular receptor on U cells. Cross-linking and peptide-mapping.   It is known that soluble shell proteins can control crystal morphology 4–10, but it has been suspected that the switch in phase—from calcite to aragonite—might require the deposition of a.


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Physical and functional characterization of soluble protein antigen(s) produced by Renibacterium salmoninarum by Prasad S. D. Turaga Download PDF EPUB FB2

Soluble antigen(s) (SA) produced by the bacterium was characterized by physicochemical, functional and immunological methods. The molecular weight determination by SDS-PAGE analysis of SA yielded 14 different molecular weight species. Seven of these species were prominent, 57 kd protein Author: Prasad S.

Turaga. Soluble antigen(s) (SA) produced\ud by the bacterium was characterized by physicochemical,\ud functional and immunological methods. The molecular weight\ud determination by SDS-PAGE analysis of SA yielded 14 different\ud molecular weight species.

Seven of these species were\ud prominent, 57 kd protein being the major one. The objective was to evaluate the effect of modifying okara with alkaline hydrogen peroxide at different H 2 O 2 concentrations and treatment temperatures on its soluble fiber content, water absorption and holding capacity, swelling capacity, and protein solubility in water.

Multi-response optimization and characterization of physical, chemical, and techno-functional properties of unmodified Author: Bruna Yumi Yoshida, Sandra Helena Prudencio. Physical processes that have been described for antigen removal from biomechanically functional tissues include irradiation, photo-oxidation, sonication, Physical and functional characterization of soluble protein antigen book freeze-thaw cycles.

Although physical processes alone are not capable of removing antigens from a tissue, they can mask residual antigens, induce cell lysis, and enhance the ability of Cited by:   To ensure that the conditions of maximum protein physical stability were known and chosen for long-term storage of Sm-TSP-2, a comprehensive approach to the physical characterization and stabilization of the vaccine antigen was undertaken.

Collectively, these studies provide specific information concerning the physical state of the protein as a Cited by: 9. However, there are challenges with the expression of murine antibody sequences in heterologous prokaryotic hosts such as E.

coli in order to yield soluble and functional scFv. Cancer Antigen (CA) is a mucinous glycoprotein that serves as a USFDA approved tumor biomarker for the diagnosis of epithelial ovarian cancer (EOC).

The primary structure of the 3 fusion proteins was initially assessed by intact mass analysis. As shown in Figure 1, panels A, B, and C, predominantly a single peak was observed for each antigen and the average molecular weight results (20, ± 0, 20, ± 0, 20, ± Da for P[4], P[6], and P[8], respectively, n = 3) correspond to the expected native protein mass based on the.

Soluble protein antigens are internalized by antigen-presenting cells through endocytosis, which is either nonspecific or receptor mediated (Unanue and Allen, ). Of the various types of antigen-presenting cells, only macrophages internalize particulate antigens by phagocytosis (Unanue and Allen, ).

Other phagocytic cells lack MHC class. Integral membrane proteins (MP) exhibit specific tridimensional conformation and topology that define their various functions.

Pathogen surface antigens, encompassing many MP, are at the forefront of the viral strategy which is broadly targeted by the host immune response. These antigens are present in equilibrium under different oligomeric forms with distinctive epitopes, and to obtain them.

For successful formulation development of a new recombinant protein antigen, the following steps including (1) analytical characterization of key structural attributes, (2) understanding of the physicochemical degradation mechanisms, and (3) rational design of formulation composition to minimize degradation are performed to maintain a vaccine.

Protective antigen (PA) is the central component of the three-part protein toxin secreted by Bacillus anthracis, the organism responsible for anthrax1. After proteolytic activation on the host. AR seems to interact with CaM directly because purified human AR could bind to CaM-agarose, and CaM could be detected in AR-immunoprecipitate prepared from purified soluble proteins.

These studies provide direct evidence for physical and functional interaction between AR and CaM and suggest the potential usefulness of CaM antagonists in. In this review, we discuss the importance of characterization of physicochemical and functional properties in vaccine antigen, adjuvant and the final antigen-adjuvant drug product and emphasize.

Protein characterization involves the use of experimental methods that allow for the detection and isolation of a protein and its purification, as well as the characterization of its structure and function. For a more specific approach, the knowledge of the antigen specificity will allow to tailor the affinity purification step needed to.

Mark L. Brader, in Biophysical Characterization of Proteins in Developing Biopharmaceuticals (Second Edition), High throughput applications of FT-IR.

The use of FT-IR in a high throughput mode for protein formulation development is a relatively immature field. However, instrumentation is now available commercially that enables FT-IR to be run in a high throughput mode, for example. The MHC class I molecule is a heterotrimeric complex comprised of a kD heavy chain, β2-microglobulin (β2m; kD light chain), 1 and a peptide of 8–10 residues (1–4).This complex is recognized by CD8 + T cells when displayed on the surface of cells.

Assembly of class I molecules occurs in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) when the newly synthesized heavy chain associates with. Structural characterization of two α-syn polymorphs. α-syn assembles in vitro into heterogeneous high-molecular weight structures30,This polymorphism reflects the ability of soluble α-syn to populate multiple conformational states that coalesce into distinct high-molecular weight assemblies that grow by incorporation of a given conformational state.

Solubility is the prime criterion for determining the quality of recombinant proteins, yet it often fails to represent functional activity due to the involvement of non-functional, misfolded, soluble aggregates, which compromise the quality of recombinant proteins.

However, guidelines for the quality assessment of soluble proteins have neither been proposed nor rigorously validated experimentally. Physical-Chemical Studies of Soluble Antigen-Antibody Complexes. VIII. The Preparation and Properties of a Univalent Antigen 1,2.

ON HOMOGENEOUS ANTIGENS AND ANTIBODIES. III. THE PREPARATION AND PROPERTIES OF THE UNIVALENT HAPTEN-PROTEIN CONJUGATE PAPAIN-S-DNPL. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences(1.

The determination of monoclonal antibody interactions with protein antigens in solution can lead to important insights guiding physical characterization and molecular engineering of therapeutic targets.

We used small-angle scattering (SAS) combined with size-exclusion multi-angle light scattering high-performance liquid chromatography to obtain monodisperse samples with defined stoichiometry.

Antigens encapsulated with PLGA were at least times more effectively presented by MHC-I molecules on DCs compared to the soluble form of the antigens.

One of the major advantages of encapsulation would also be the protection of the antigen or the drug from premature release and degradation (1).Proteins are assembled from amino acids using information encoded in genes.

Each protein has its own unique amino acid sequence that is specified by the nucleotide sequence of the gene encoding this protein. The genetic code is a set of three-nucleotide sets called codons and each three-nucleotide combination designates an amino acid, for example AUG (adenine–uracil–guanine) is the code.Chemical Methods for Protein Characterization: A Basic Protocol for Denaturation & Proteolysis.

4. Trypsin digestion: Add μL of ddH. 2. O, vortex. Check that pH is between and Trypsin added should be a weight:weight ratio of protease to sample Concentration of trypsin should be such that 1 to 5 μL is added to sample.