30.09.2021 duration: 4 min

Antibody-Dependent Cellular Cytotoxicity (ADCC) – definition, mechanism & application

Antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity is a key process of the immune system’s arsenal to ward off cancerous cells and infections. We show you important definitions and the ADCC mechanism in this post.

29.03.2021 duration: 3 min

What’s the difference between afucosylated antibodies and recombinant antibodies?

Generally speaking, antibodies of any kind, including recombinant and afucosylated antibodies, are Y-shaped proteins produced by the human body. As they are able to identify and neutralize foreign objects – in other words viruses – they play a major contributing role in keeping our body and immune system healthy.

29.03.2021 duration: 3 min

ADCC antibody – The benefits of ADCC enhanced antibodies

Antibodies are reagents commonly used in biological and biochemical research – and it is no surprise that the popularity of artificially cultivated antibodies with antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity (ADCC) is consistently growing.

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