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Global Banking News-February 1, 2019-IntoCell reports publication of the patent application for OHPAS linker technology for antibody drug conjugates in Korea
Linker, chair of the department of neurology at Friedrich-Alexander University, Erlangen, Germany.
The company, whose main technology is a engineered alternative to antibodies, said it is now in a position to test the TMAC linker in humans "well ahead of its original plans".
LegoChem Biosciences' ConjuAll is a next-generation ADC platform technology utilizing novel linker chemistry combined with site-specific enzymatic conjugation.
Damon Linker fears two groups that might threaten this highly desirable situation: Christian conservatives and militant atheists.
Countering claims that solid-phase organic synthesis died with its champion Robert Bruce Merrifield in 2006, scientists from North America, Europe, and China introduce the technique and the earlier traditional linker units, then explore the current state-of-the-art multifunctional linker units that are being applied in diversity-oriented synthesis, chemical genetics, focused library preparation, and other growing fields.
Linker says the case has been referred to the Prosecutor's office and they are probing the Bulgarian politician diplomatic status and if Siderov can be legally charged.
In Barbas's system, each time he injected mice with the linker molecules, they made antibodies that picked the linkers out of the bloodstream and then began seeking specific cancer cells they were designed to attack and disable.
That omission has now been remedied by Damon Linker's The Theocons: Secular America Under Siege.
The Theocons : Secular America Under Siege, by Damon Linker, New York: Doubleday, 304 pages, $26