Immune Complexes – Close Encounter of Antigen and Antibody

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Designer antibody therapy and antibody design for best capture of analytes in the diagnostic laboratory set the stage for antigen-antibody complexes as illimited scenarios of applications.

Interaction of Immune Complexes with cells and complement taps into so far unknown sites and effector systems relevant to human pathology, including, at its very best, the NLRP3 inflammasome system. Immune Complex and their receptor lab analytics, including complement system impacts piled up into big data warehouses need  to be turned into smart data for the patients – a challenge for primary caretakers cross-examined with this website, We are currently looking into applying systems biology to better understand autoimmune diseases; a review article on this is
on our desk to be submitted in summer 2017.

This URL restricts the realm to immunopathological significance in the light  of blogs found on

The last Congress on Controversies in Rheumatology and Autoimmunity   offered an update of the immune-complex  topic.  Our poster was on the complement system in the elderly: Poster_A0_Cora_Bologna_NYD

In september 2017 the Dresden Symposium on Autoantibodies will hold place in Dresden, Germany, as a relevant event to our topic. Please click here for more information

 “Systems Biology of Adaptive Immunity” was taking place in Southern Switzerland from may 14-17, 2017. Please click here for more information.

last updated may 2017

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