Monday December 18th 2017

Detection Of Anti-Natalizumab Antibodies In Treated Multiple Sclerosis Patients Using a Biacore™ Platform (P4.139)

CONCLUSIONS: A rapid, sensitive, and specific assay has been developed to detect anti-natalizumab antibodies in human serum, and will be further used to investigate the affinity and IgG subclasses of these antibodies.We thank Biogen Idec for providing anti-natalizumab control monoclonal antibody.Disclosure: Dr. Anna has nothing to disclose. Dr. Gibbs has nothing to disclose. Dr. Aziz has nothing to disclose. Dr. Oger has received personal compensation for activities with Aspreva, Aventis Pharmaceuticals Inc., Bayer Pharmaceuticals Inc., Biogen Idec, EMD Serono, Genentech Inc., Schering AG, Talecris, and Teva Neuroscience. (Source: Neurology)

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Detection Of Anti-Natalizumab Antibodies In Treated Multiple Sclerosis Patients Using a Biacore™ Platform (P4.139)

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