Antibodies Immunogenecity

The outlook for therapeutic antibodies is very promising. This meeting will highlight current trends in development including identifying and validating novel targets, improving drug-like properties, employing immunotherapy approaches and advancing novel constructs. This program has consistently recruited top thought leaders in the field to review the status of myriad innovative antibodies and key ideas for advancing them towards the clinic. The immune system has evolved to fight infection, and the response to microbial infection involves the activation of a complex network in which numerous cell types, soluble factors and adhesion molecules of the host immune system participate. It is therefore not possible to produce a good textbook in immunology without any reference to infection or infectious agents. Immunology, Infection, and Immunity has been produced with this in mind, and the Editors have clearly done this with an appreciation of the immune system as a defence system.          
 

While the emphasis of the book is on immunity to infectious diseases, it also includes diseases that arise as a result of inactivity or hyperactivity on the part of the immune system. Immunodeficiency, hypersensitivity and autoimmunity are outcomes when the immune system fails to act or over-reacts.

  • Mastering Immunogenicity: Tools and Technologies
  • Validation of Cell Based Antibody Neutralization Assays
  • Strategies to Assess Immunogenicity
  • Case Studies: Pre-Clinical Immunogenicity Assessment
  • Lymphocytes: Research and Novel Strategies

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