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ADA Assays Screening Viral Vectors For Gene Therapy

ADA Assays Screening Viral Vectors for Gene Therapy

By integrating modified or new genes into the cells of the human body, gene therapy has the potential to treat a wide variety of acquired and inherited diseases. Genetic therapeutics must deliver the intended genetic material to a large quantity of specific cells within the correct tissue. Properly targeting cells requires that the genetic material…

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Immuno-Oncology BioA: Pre-Existing ADAs Affecting PK

Immuno-Oncology BioA_ ADAs Affecting PK Challenges and Strategies

When administering human monoclonal antibodies, reconstituted human proteins, and antibody drug conjugates (ADCs), anti-drug antibodies (ADAs) can form and affect the Biotherapeutic’s exposure, bioavailability, and pharmacodynamic effects. The qualities of these ADAs – such as their specificity, magnitude, timing, maturity, and affinity – can impact pharmacokinetics (PK) and pharmacodynamics (PD). Challenges Presented by ADAs in…

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Understanding the Issues with ADA Assays

Streamline Immunogenicity Assay Development_ Expedite Research Workflows by Understanding the Issues with ADA Assays

The biotech industry is rapidly modifying and developing biotherapeutics into complex large molecules with specificity moieties and multiple functional domains to produce a specific biological method of action. (ADC, ACC, Bi-specific antibodies, Fusion proteins, recombinant-modified proteins, etc.) Therefore, developing LBA assays to detect the immunogenicity of these biotherapeutics is becoming very complex due to this…

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