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Computational Construction of Antibody-Drug Conjugates Using Surface Lysines as the Antibody Conjugation Site and a Non-cleavable Linker.
(2014) Cancer Inform 13
PubMed: 25506200 | PubMedCentral: PMC4260860 | DOI: 10.4137/CIN.S19222
pdb) to the surface lysine with residue sequence number 115 and chain id H of the antibody with pdb id 4GAG, through the linker molecule C 15 N. Figure 4 ADCs composed by the antibody with pdb id 4GAJ... the linker molecule C 15 N, and a drug from the Open NCI database.
pdb) to the surface lysine with residue sequence number 75 and chain id H of the antibody with pdb id 4GAJ, through the linker molecule C 15 N. ( B ) Zoom in the conjunction of the drug with sequence number 14 (nci_14.
pdb) to the surface lysine with residue sequence number 209 and chain id H of the antibody with pdb id 4GAJ, through the linker molecule C 15 N. Figure 6 ( A ) The linker molecule (C 15 N) participating in the conjugations shown in Figures 2 and 3 .
In Figure 4 , two different ADCs are illustrated, both containing the antibody with PDB id 4GAJ.
Publication Year: 2014
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