Type

Journal Article

Authors

S Hearty
R J O'Kennedy
P J Conroy

Subjects

Microbiology

Topics
metabolism single chain antibodies humans recombinant proteins animals female genetics immunology chickens surface plasmon resonance mice peptide library biological markers hemocyanin adjuvants immunologic amino acid sequence high throughput screening assays hybridomas troponin i molecular sequence data mutation mice inbred balb c keyhole limpet hemocyanin immunologic tests

Cardiac troponin I: a case study in rational antibody design for human diagnostics. (2012)

Abstract In vitro diagnostic (IVD) platforms provide rapid and accurate determination of disease status. The clinical performance of antibody-based diagnostic platforms is paramount as the information provided often informs the medical intervention taken and, ultimately, the patient's outcome. Breaking down such an immuno-IVD device into its component elements, the biorecognition entity is key to the analytical specificity of the test. Furthermore, tailored optimisation of the antibody is often necessary to impart the desired biophysical properties for the specific application. This tailoring is now widely facilitated by advances in combinatorial approaches to antibody generation, molecular evolution strategies and the availability of truly high-throughput (HT), refined surface plasmon resonance-based screening tools. In this paper, we demonstrate a rational, knowledge-driven approach to the generation of epitope-specific antibodies for the early detection of cardiovascular disease, discuss the merits of the approaches taken and offer a perspective on HT strategies to mining large antibody libraries. These results highlight the expedience of such methodologies for the development of truly superior cardiovascular disease biorecognition elements.
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Full list of authors on original publication

S Hearty, R J O'Kennedy, P J Conroy

Experts in our system

1
Stephen Hearty
Dublin City University
Total Publications: 27
 
2
R O'Kennedy
Dublin City University
Total Publications: 197
 
3
Paul J Conroy
Dublin City University
Total Publications: 9