Figure 5.

Analysis of mouse anti-fusion protein antibody response. (a) Schematic representation of the BIAcore experiment. F8-huIL10 or F8-muIL10 was immobilized on a microsensor chip. Plasma of mice treated with either the fully human F8-huIL10 or the chimeric F8-muIL10 fusion protein or positive control antibodies (anti-huIL10 or anti-muIL10) were passed over the different flow cells. (b) The flow rate over the sensor surface was 30 μl/minute for 3 minutes and the response was recorded 30 seconds after the end of the injection. (c) Relative response (RU) of plasma samples and positive controls. Samples were passed over the two different flow cells coated with F8-huIL10 (black bars) or F8-muIL10 (grey bars) and binding of mouse anti-fusion protein antibody (MAFA) expressed as relative response. Ab, antibody.

Doll et al. Arthritis Research & Therapy 2013 15:R138   doi:10.1186/ar4319
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