Bacterial peptidoglycan with amidated meso-diaminopimelic acid evades NOD1 recognition: an insight into NOD1 structure–recognition
Interrogation of a lacrimo-auriculo-dento-digital syndrome protein reveals novel modes of fibroblast growth factor 10 (FGF10) function
mTORC1 signalling and eIF4E/4E-BP1 translation initiation factor stoichiometry influence recombinant protein productivity from GS-CHOK1 cells
Neisseria meningitidis factor H-binding protein bound to monoclonal antibody JAR5: implications for antibody synergy
The simultaneous binding of two antibodies to the same antigen (antibodies synergy or co-cooperativity) that elicit complement-mediated bactericidal activity is visualized with a model of a complex between Neisseria meningitides factor H binging protein (red cartoon) and monoclonal antibodies 12C1 (blue surface) and JAR5 (green surface). Monoclonal antibodies are schematically depicted with bars (colored light brown and yellow for heavy and light chains, respectively) in the background. Please see pp. 4699–4713 for more information. Picture generated and provided by Enrico Malito.