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|A Tat-grafted anti-nucleic acid antibody acquires nuclear-localization property and a preference for TAR RNA
|An anti-nucleic acid antibody delivers antigen to the cross-presentation pathway in dendritic cells and potentiates therapeutic antitumor effects
|Anti-DNA antibodies: aspects of structure and pathogenicity.
|Anti-rods and rings autoantibodies in a patient with hepatitis C virus infection.
|Cell- and nuclear-penetrating anti-dsDNA autoantibodies have multiple arginines in CDR3 of VH and increase cellular level of pERK and Bcl-2 in mesangial cells.
|Heavy and light chain variable single domains of an anti-DNA binding antibody hydrolyze both double- and single-stranded DNAs without sequence specificity.
|Heavy chain dominance in the binding of DNA by a lupus mouse monoclonal autoantibody.
|Modulation of fine specificity of anti-DNA antibody by CDR3L residues.
|Primary structures and chain dominance of anti-DNA antibodies.
|Production and characterization of an anti-idiotypic single chain Fv that recognizes an anti-DNA antibody.
|권명희, 김형일, 박선, 신호준, 장영주
|Rheumatoid factor is a marker of disease severity in Korean rheumatoid arthritis.
|남동호, 박해심, 서창희, 조재현
|Specific modulation of the anti-DNA autoantibody-nucleic acids interaction by the high affinity RNA aptamer.
|Sputum antinuclear antibody serves as a biomarker for severe asthma
|Survival and prognostic factors in patients with connective tissue disease-associated pulmonary hypertension diagnosed by echocardiography: results from a Korean nationwide registry
|The effects of anti-idiotypic antibody on antibody production and apoptosis of anti-dsDNA antibody producing cells.
|The structural basis for DNA binding by an anti-DNA autoantibody.
|Variable Heavy Chain Domain Derived from a Cell-Penetrating Anti-DNA Monoclonal Antibody for the Intracellular Delivery of Biomolecules