Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, April 22nd, 2004
According to a study from Japan, "after screening for species-specific antihuman factor (F)IX monoclonal antibodies, we found that antibody 3A6 did not bind to cynomolgus FIX. The 3A6 epitope was found to include Ala262 of human FIX. The 3A6 antibody was used as a catching antibody in an enzyme immunoassay (EIA) for specific detection of human FIX in cynomolgus macaque plasma."
"No significant increase of substrate hydrolysis was observed when EIA buffer containing cynomolgus macaque plasma was subjected to the 3A6-based EIA. Addition of up to 30% cynomolgus macaque plasma or canine...
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