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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 27, Issue 6, pp 731–735 | Cite as

Immunoaffinity fractionation of neutralizing polyclonal antibodies to nerve growth factors

  • D. Kh. Khamidov
  • A. V. Lim
  • R. S. Salikhov
  • M. Sh. Akramov
Article

Abstract

A method of fractionation according to affinity and specificity of polyclonal antibodies to murine and ovine nerve growth factors (NGFs) has been developed. The antibody preparations obtained neutralize the biological activity of β-NGF at a molar ratio of about 1 and recognize the species-specific and conservative epitopes of these NGFs, being valuable probes for two-site immunoanalyses.

Keywords

Nerve Growth Factor Neutralize Activity Glucose Isomerase Biological Unit Uzbek Academy 

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1992

Authors and Affiliations

  • D. Kh. Khamidov
  • A. V. Lim
  • R. S. Salikhov
  • M. Sh. Akramov

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