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#35961708   2022/02/18 To Up

Immunotherapy for hepatobiliary cancers: Emerging targets and translational advances.

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Dan Li, Shaoli Lin, Jessica Hong, Mitchell Ho

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#35961687   2022/08/12 To Up

Case of idiopathic multicentric Castleman's disease: the master mimicker.

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Larabe Farrukh, Andrea Lightle, Ruben Peredo-Wende, Shannon Murawski

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#35961566   2022/08/09 To Up

Impact of various factors on the kinetics of non-enzymatic fragmentation of a monoclonal antibody.

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Surbhi Gupta, Kratika Upadhyay, Christian Schöneich, Anurag S Rathore

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Safety and immunogenicity of a typhoid conjugate vaccine among children aged 9 months to 12 years in Malawi: a nested substudy of a double-blind, randomised controlled trial.

Typhoid fever is a substantial public health problem in Africa, yet there are few clinical trials of typhoid conjugate vaccine (TCV). We assessed immunogenicity and safety of Typbar TCV in Malawi.
Nginache Nampota-Nkomba, Osward M Nyirenda, Lameck Khonde, Victoria Mapemba, Maurice Mbewe, John M Ndaferankhande, Harrison Msuku, Clemens Masesa, Theresa Misiri, Felistas Mwakiseghile, Priyanka D Patel, Pratiksha Patel, Ifayet Johnson-Mayo, Marcela F Pasetti, Robert S Heyderman, J Kathleen Tracy, Shrimati Datta, Yuanyuan Liang, Kathleen M Neuzil, Melita A Gordon, Matthew B Laurens,

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#35961172   2022/08/04 To Up

Fabrication of an ultrasensitive electrochemical immunosensor coupled with biofunctionalized zero-dimensional graphene quantum dots for rapid detection of cephalexin.

The unregulated usage of Cephalexin (CFX) in animal source food products has led to antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in humans. Graphene quantum dots (GQD) are zero-dimensional nanomaterials possessing both unique optical and electrical propertiesbased on their tuneable size that serves as an excellent signal enhancer. The fluorescence quenching and conductive properties of GQD were exploited for the detection of CFX. In this study, a zero-length conjugation approach was utilized to develop Cephalexin-Bovine Serum Albumin (CFX-BSA) conjugate and used to develop antibodies (Ab). Conjugated CFX-BSA Abs with GQD enhanced the electrochemical response of the sensor for sensitive detection of CFX. The fabricated electrode was optimised by Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS). The limit of detection for CFX was found to be 0.53 fM in standard buffer with negligible cross-reactivity against other β-lactam antibiotics. The biofunctionalized electrode based on GQD-antibody may potentially be miniaturised for on-site detection of other antibiotics in food samples.
Pratik Kolhe, Akanksha Roberts, Sonu Gandhi

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