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    1. Scharf, O; Golding, H; King, LR; Eller, N; Frazier, D; Golding, B; Scott, DE
      Immunoglobulin G3 from polyclonal human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) immune globulin is more potent than other subclasses in neutralizing HIV type 1

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    2. Taschner, N; Muller, SA; Alumella, VR; Goldie, KN; Drake, AF; Aebi, U; Arvinte, T
      Modulation of antigenicity related to changes in antibody flexibility uponlyophilization

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    3. Tsantrizos, A; Andreou, A; Aebi, M; Steffen, T
      Biomechanical stability of five stand-alone anterior lumbar interbody fusion constructs

      EUROPEAN SPINE JOURNAL
    4. Doody, MA; Baker, GA; Pandey, S; Bright, FV
      Affinity and mobility of polyclonal anti-dansyl antibodies sequestered within sol-gel-derived biogels

      CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS
    5. Bene, L; Fulwyler, MJ; Damjanovich, S
      Detection of receptor clustering by flow cytometric fluorescence anisotropy measurements

      CYTOMETRY
    6. Coloma, MJ; Clift, A; Wims, L; Morrison, SL
      The role of carbohydrate in the assembly and function of polymeric IgG

      MOLECULAR IMMUNOLOGY
    7. Monkos, K; Turczynski, B
      A comparative study on viscosity of human, bovine and pig IgG immunoglobulins in aqueous solutions

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL MACROMOLECULES
    8. Dale, RE; Hopkins, SC; an der Heide, UA; Marszalek, T; Irving, M; Goldman, YE
      Model-independent analysis of the orientation of fluorescent probes with restricted mobility in muscle fibers

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    9. MOUSLI M; GOYFFON M; BILLIALD P
      PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A BIVALENT SINGLE-CHAIN FV ALKALINE-PHOSPHATASE CONJUGATE SPECIFIC FOR THE HEMOCYANIN OF THE SCORPION ANDROCTONUS-AUSTRALIS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta (G). General subjects
    10. SOTRIFFER CA; LIEDL KR; LINTHICUM DS; RODE BM; VARGA JM
      LIGAND-INDUCED DOMAIN MOVEMENT IN AN ANTIBODY FAB - MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS STUDIES CONFIRM THE UNIQUE DOMAIN MOVEMENT OBSERVED EXPERIMENTALLY FOR FAB NC6.8 UPON COMPLEXATION AND REVEAL ITS SEGMENTAL FLEXIBILITY

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    11. ROUX KH; STRELETS L; BREKKE OH; SANDLIE I; MICHAELSEN TE
      COMPARISONS OF THE ABILITY OF HUMAN IGG3 HINGE MUTANTS, IGM, IGE, ANDIGA2, TO FORM SMALL IMMUNE-COMPLEXES - A ROLE FOR FLEXIBILITY AND GEOMETRY

      The Journal of immunology (1950)
    12. MORRISON SL; PORTER SB; TRINH KR; WIMS LA; DENHAM J; OI VT
      VARIABLE REGION DOMAIN EXCHANGE INFLUENCES THE FUNCTIONAL-PROPERTIES OF IGG

      The Journal of immunology
    13. KOZEL TR; DEJONG BCH; GRINSELL MM; MACGILL RS; WALL KK
      CHARACTERIZATION OF ANTICAPSULAR MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES THAT REGULATE ACTIVATION OF THE COMPLEMENT-SYSTEM BY THE CRYPTOCOCCUS-NEOFORMANS CAPSULE

      Infection and immunity
    14. KOZEL TR; MACGILL RS; WALL KK
      BIVALENCY IS REQUIRED FOR ANTICAPSULAR MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES TO OPTIMALLY SUPPRESS ACTIVATION OF THE ALTERNATIVE COMPLEMENT PATHWAY BY THE CRYPTOCOCCUS-NEOFORMANS CAPSULE

      Infection and immunity
    15. DARD P; HUCK S; FRIPPIAT JP; LEFRANC G; LANGANEY A; LEFRANC MP; SANCHEZMAZAS A
      THE IGHG3 GENE SHOWS A STRUCTURAL POLYMORPHISM CHARACTERIZED BY DIFFERENT HINGE LENGTHS - SEQUENCE OF A NEW 2-EXON HINGE GENE

      Human genetics
    16. SENSEL MG; KANE LM; MORRISON SL
      AMINO-ACID DIFFERENCES IN THE N-TERMINUS OF C(H)2 INFLUENCE THE RELATIVE ABILITIES OF IGG2 AND IGG3 TO ACTIVATE COMPLEMENT

      Molecular immunology
    17. ROUX KH; STRELETS L; MICHAELSEN TE
      FLEXIBILITY OF HUMAN-IGG SUBCLASSES

      The Journal of immunology
    18. COLOMA MJ; TRINH KR; WIMS LA; MORRISON SL
      THE HINGE AS A SPACER CONTRIBUTES TO COVALENT ASSEMBLY AND IS REQUIRED FOR FUNCTION OF IGG

      The Journal of immunology
    19. SCALLON BJ; MOORE MA; TRINH H; KNIGHT DM; GHRAYEB J
      CHIMERIC ANTI-TNF-ALPHA MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY CA2 BINDS RECOMBINANT TRANSMEMBRANE TNF-ALPHA AND ACTIVATES IMMUNE EFFECTOR FUNCTIONS

      Cytokine
    20. ALTMAN RB; HUGHES C; GERSTEIN MB
      METHODS FOR DISPLAYING MACROMOLECULAR STRUCTURAL UNCERTAINTY - APPLICATION TO THE GLOBINS

      Journal of molecular graphics
    21. BLOKHIN AP; GAISENOK VA; GELIN MF; GRUSHEVSKAYA GV; KRYLOV GG
      GENERALIZED LANGEVIN DYNAMICS OF NONRIGID MACROMOLECULES ROTATION ON THE PLANE .2. ROTATION KINETICS OF Y-SHAPED MACROMOLECULES IMMOBILIZEDON THE SURFACE

      Himiceskaa fizika
    22. BREKKE OH; MICHAELSEN TE; SANDLIE I
      THE STRUCTURAL REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPLEMENT ACTIVATION BY IGG - DOES IT HINGE ON THE HINGE

      Immunology today
    23. KIM JK; TSEN MF; GHETIE V; WARD ES
      EVIDENCE THAT THE HINGE REGION PLAYS A ROLE IN MAINTAINING SERUM LEVELS OF THE MURINE IGG1 MOLECULE

      Molecular immunology
    24. CAVACINI LA; EMES CL; POWER J; DESHARNAIS FD; DUVAL M; MONTEFIORI D; POSNER MR
      INFLUENCE OF HEAVY-CHAIN CONSTANT REGIONS ON ANTIGEN-BINDING AND HIV-1 NEUTRALIZATION BY A HUMAN MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY

      The Journal of immunology
    25. POON PH; MORRISON SL; SCHUMAKER VN
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF SEVERAL ANTIDANSYL CHIMERIC ANTIBODIES FORMED BY DOMAIN INTERCHANGES BETWEEN HUMAN-IGM AND MOUSE IGG2B

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    26. GHIRLANDO R; KEOWN MB; MACKAY GA; LEWIS MS; UNKELESS JC; GOULD HJ
      STOICHIOMETRY AND THERMODYNAMICS OF THE INTERACTION BETWEEN THE FC FRAGMENT OF HUMAN IGG(1) AND ITS LOW-AFFINITY RECEPTOR FC-GAMMA-RIII

      Biochemistry
    27. HSIEH HV; THOMPSON NL
      DISSOCIATION KINETICS BETWEEN A MOUSE FC RECEPTOR (FC-GAMMA-RII) AND IGG - MEASUREMENT BY TOTAL INTERNAL-REFLECTION WITH FLUORESCENCE PHOTOBLEACHING RECOVERY

      Biochemistry
    28. LIM K; HERRON JN
      MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS OF THE ANTIFLUORESCEIN-4-4-20 ANTIGEN-BINDING FRAGMENT .1. COMPUTER-SIMULATIONS

      Biochemistry
    29. LIM K; JAMESON DM; GENTRY CA; HERRON JN
      MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS OF THE ANTIFLUORESCEIN-4-4-20 ANTIGEN-BINDING FRAGMENT .2. TIME-RESOLVED FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY

      Biochemistry
    30. STURA EA; SATTERTHWAIT AC; CALVO JC; STEFANKO RS; LANGEVELD JP; KASLOW DC
      CRYSTALLIZATION OF AN INTACT MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY (4B7) AGAINST PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM MALARIA WITH PEPTIDES FROM THE PFS25 PROTEIN ANTIGEN

      Acta crystallographica. Section D, Biological crystallography
    31. SMITH RIF; MORRISON SL
      RECOMBINANT POLYMERIC IGG - AN APPROACH TO ENGINEERING MORE POTENT ANTIBODIES

      Bio/technology
    32. DELATORRE JG
      HYDRODYNAMICS OF SEGMENTALLY FLEXIBLE MACROMOLECULES

      European biophysics journal
    33. ROUX KH; GREENSPAN NS
      MONITORING THE FORMATION OF SOLUBLE IMMUNE-COMPLEXES COMPOSED OF IDIOTYPE AND ANTIIDIOTYPE ANTIBODIES BY ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY

      Molecular immunology
    34. PHILLIPS ML; TAO MH; MORRISON SL; SCHUMAKER VN
      HUMAN MOUSE CHIMERIC MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES WITH HUMAN IGG1, IGG2, IGG3 AND IGG4 CONSTANT DOMAINS - ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC AND HYDRODYNAMIC CHARACTERIZATION/

      Molecular immunology
    35. ZEBEDEE SL; KODURI RK; MUKHERJEE J; MUKHERJEE S; LEE SH; SAUER DF; SCHARFF MD; CASADEVALL A
      MOUSE-HUMAN IMMUNOGLOBULIN G1 CHIMERIC ANTIBODIES WITH ACTIVITIES AGAINST CRYPTOCOCCUS-NEOFORMANS

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    36. MICHAELSEN TE; BREKKE OH; AASE A; SANDIN RH; BREMNES B; SANDLIE I
      ONE DISULFIDE BOND IN FRONT OF THE 2ND HEAVY-CHAIN CONSTANT-REGION ISNECESSARY AND SUFFICIENT FOR EFFECTOR FUNCTIONS OF HUMAN IGG3 WITHOUTA GENETIC HINGE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    37. KIM H; MATSUNAGA C; YOSHINO A; KATO K; ARATA Y
      DYNAMICAL STRUCTURE OF THE HINGE REGION OF IMMUNOGLOBULIN-G AS STUDIED BY C-13 NUCLEAR-MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    38. XU Y; OOMEN R; KLEIN MH
      RESIDUE AT POSITION-331 IN THE IGG1 AND IGG4 CH2 DOMAINS CONTRIBUTES TO THEIR DIFFERENTIAL ABILITY TO BIND AND ACTIVATE COMPLEMENT

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    39. MORELOCK MM; ROTHLEIN R; BRIGHT SM; ROBINSON MK; GRAHAM ET; SABO JP; OWENS R; KING DJ; NORRIS SH; SCHER DS; WRIGHT JL; ADAIR JR
      ISOTYPE CHOICE FOR CHIMERIC ANTIBODIES AFFECTS BINDING-PROPERTIES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    40. KRAVCHUK ZI; VLASOV AP; LYAKHNOVICH GV; MARTSEV SP
      A STABLE CONFORMER OF IGG OBTAINED BY ACID TREATMENT - STUDY BY CALORIMETRY AND BINDING OF C1Q COMPONENT OF COMPLEMENT AND MONOSPECIFIC ANTI-IGG ANTIBODIES

      Biochemistry
    41. GREENSPAN NS; COOPER LJN
      COOPERATIVE BINDING BY MOUSE IGG3 ANTIBODIES - IMPLICATIONS FOR FUNCTIONAL AFFINITY, EFFECTOR FUNCTION, AND ISOTYPE RESTRICTION

      Perspectives in mathematical logic
    42. PELLEQUER JL; WESTHOF E
      PREDITOP - A PROGRAM FOR ANTIGENICITY PREDICTION

      Journal of molecular graphics
    43. SHOPES B
      A GENETICALLY ENGINEERED HUMAN-IGG WITH LIMITED FLEXIBILITY FULLY INITIATES CYTOLYSIS VIA COMPLEMENT

      Molecular immunology
    44. BREKKE OH; MICHAELSEN TE; SANDIN R; SANDLIE I
      ACTIVATION OF COMPLEMENT BY AN IGG MOLECULE WITHOUT A GENETIC HINGE

      Nature
    45. HAMERSCASTERMAN C; ATARHOUCH T; MUYLDERMANS S; ROBINSON G; HAMERS C; SONGA EB; BENDAHMAN N; HAMERS R
      NATURALLY-OCCURRING ANTIBODIES DEVOID OF LIGHT-CHAINS

      Nature
    46. GUDDAT LW; HERRON JN; EDMUNDSON AB
      3-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE OF A HUMAN-IMMUNOGLOBULIN WITH A HINGE DELETION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    47. HUNT AJ; HOWARD J
      KINESIN SWIVELS TO PERMIT MICROTUBULE MOVEMENT IN ANY DIRECTION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    48. WANG R; BRIGHT FV
      ROTATIONAL REORIENTATION KINETICS OF DANSYLATED BOVINE SERUM-ALBUMIN

      Journal of physical chemistry
    49. HORGAN C; BROWN K; PINCUS SH
      STUDIES ON ANTIGEN-BINDING BY INTACT AND HINGE-DELETED CHIMERIC ANTIBODIES

      The Journal of immunology
    50. TAO MH; SMITH RIF; MORRISON SL
      STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF HUMAN IMMUNOGLOBULIN-G THAT DETERMINE ISOTYPE-SPECIFIC DIFFERENCES IN COMPLEMENT ACTIVATION

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    51. AASE A; SANDLIE I; NORDERHAUG L; BREKKE OH; MICHAELSEN TE
      THE EXTENDED HINGE REGION OF IGG3 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR HIGH PHAGOCYTICCAPACITY MEDIATED BY FC-GAMMA-RECEPTORS, BUT THE HEAVY-CHAINS MUST BEDISULFIDE-BONDED

      European Journal of Immunology
    52. IWAKI T; TORIGOE C; NOJI M; NAKANISHI M
      ANTIBODIES FOR FLUORESCENT MOLECULAR ROTORS

      Biochemistry
    53. BAIRD B; ZHENG Y; HOLOWKA D
      STRUCTURAL MAPPING OF IGE-FC-EPSILON-RI, AN IMMUNORECEPTOR COMPLEX

      Accounts of chemical research


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