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In this study, we screened the human peripheral blood, BALB/c mice cadaveric spleen, and transfected 293T cells to produce five human antibodies (Ab1-Ab5) against type II collagen (CII). The results demonstrated that the transgenic technology could construct large-scale and high-yield human scFv-Fc antibody genes. The cloning and expression vectors were successfully established. The Ab5-producing hybridoma could be subcloned more than 20 times in half-life culturing. The cultured supernatants were used for purifying an Ab5 supernatant by affinity chromatography. A direct comparison of the expression levels of the human antibody recombinants in the transgenic mice and those in non-transgenic mice showed that the former had higher expression levels than the latter. The transgenic mice used as the Ab5-producing animal line could continually secrete a large amount of Ab5 at the immunization stage. The results demonstrated that the transgenic mouse was a very efficient tool for Ab5 preparation. Ab2 could be a potential diagnostic marker for metachromatic leukodystrophy in children. Ab5 showed selective affinity and low cross-reactivity with CII. This article is open to POST-PUBLICATION REVIEW. -TK, TK, ZP, XC, JY, LW, JF, KY, MZ, YL, ZY, CJ, XL, XX
We found T4, T5, and T6 when repeating the process by including a second spatial pattern filter. Interestingly, the specific temporal patterns changed to T1, T2, T3, and T4 ( Fig. 6 ), regardless of cell type. These results suggest that ON/OFF and OFF cells are better determined by more than just one spatial pattern filter. Because ON/OFF cells are a subset of OFF cells, the dominant temporal pattern was T5 in both cases. We generated vector patterns from T1 to T6 by extracting each temporal pattern corresponding to significant voltage levels of the significant spatial patterns. We used these vector patterns with a support vector machine in the classification tests. We found that the temporal pattern T1 was good at identifying ON/OFF cells, with an accuracy of 78%. T2, T3, T4, and T5 were also predictive of ON/OFF cells, but at lower accuracies ( Table 1 ).
Results: It was possible to identify tumours with high and low proliferative activities on a purely morphological level. In total, 29 out of 85 tumours (33.3%) were well defined as high proliferative tumours and the remaining 56 tumours (66.7%) low proliferative tumours. Principal component analysis of the Haralick features did not separate these tumours. However, support vector machine classification was able to separate the tumours into two distinct classes. Tumours that had been classified as poorly defined were, in fact, well defined when repeating the classification. It is to be pointed out that a significant number of tumours that had been classified as well defined when analyzing the tumour as a whole, were classified as poorly defined when analyzing areas on the slide as separate images. After merging the tumours again into a single image, the misclassified tumours were separated from the well defined tumours.
Viewing this catalogue of just over 800 fragments, each with the multiple charge states observed in the mass spectra of a single mAb, we initially discovered a wild-type mAb and began a comparative analysis. MS from the initial material (pre-sequence separation) demonstrated the predominantly doubly charged species at m/z 5164, 5182, and 5202, assigned to Fc, Hc and Lc, respectively. MS analysis of material following LC/MS and subsequent isotopic dilution of the LC/MS peaks provides definitive identification of the species at m/z 5162, 5182, and 5202, as a native Fc-Hc and Fc-Lc dimer. Importantly, LC/MS analyses demonstrated that this mAb exhibits an Fc-Fc dimer/multimer species that is most apparent when the LC channel time is set to better account for charge state separation and abundances across the very broad elution time domain of interest. We therefore repeated the LC/MS analyses at lower (millisecond) channel time, observing in addition the Fc-Hc dimer/multimer at m/z 5070 and Fc-Lc dimer/multimer at m/z 5118. We additionally observed a number of other species and collected MS data for a wide range of other mAb fragments (figure 1). Here we discuss the single mAb fragment, m/z 5162, where we first discovered the Fc-Hc dimer/multimer, now termed the Zeck-Dimer. We subsequently discovered Fc-Lc dimer/multimer, termed the Zeck-Dimer+2 and Fc-Fc dimer/multimer, termed the Zeck-Dimer+3. These dimer species (and their corresponding monomers) are illustrated in figure 1. In addition, we observed that species at m/z 5202 are observed in proportion to the charge state of the component species, with Fc-Hc dimers/multimers dominating the highest charge states and Fc-Lc dimers/multimers dominating the lowest charge states. This proportional effect on individual dimer species is interesting to consider in the context of mAb fragmentation and, eventually, bispecific antibody designs. Consequently, we include a complete set of MS data from LC/MS for a wide range of mAb fragments in the supplementary material in the hope that MS practitioners might find this data useful for their analysis of mAb fragments.