MonoBiotin-ZAP References

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Daniels-Wells TR, Helguera G, Rodríguez JA, Leoh LS, Erb MA, Diamante G, Casero D, Pellegrini M, Martínez-Maza O, & Penichet ML. Insights into the mechanism of cell death induced by saporin delivered into cancer cells by an antibody fusion protein targeting the transferrin receptor 1. (2013). Toxicology in Vitro, 27 (1):220-231.

Summary:  ch128.1Av/b-SO6 is not toxic to normal human hematopoietic stem cells suggesting that this critical cell population would be preserved in therapeutic interventions using this immunotoxin.
Dose:  An antibody-avidin fusion protein (ch128.1Av) was mixed with MonoBiotin-ZAP in a 1:1 molar ratio on ice for 30 minutes to make an immunotoxin that targets the human transferrin receptor 1 (TfR1).

Minami SS, Sun B, Popat K, Kauppinen T, Pleiss M, Zhou Y, Ward ME, Floreancig P, Mucke L, Desai T, Gan L. (2012) Selective targeting of microglia by quantum dots. J Neuroinflammation 9:22.

Stirpe F, Barbieri L, Battelli MG, Soria M, Lappi DA. (1992) Ribosome-inactivating proteins from plants: present status and future prospects. Bio/Technol 10:405-412.

Lappi DA, Esch FS, Barbieri L, Stirpe F, Soria M. (1985) Characterization of a Saponaria officinalis seed ribosome-inactivating protein: immunoreactivity and sequence homologies. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 129:934-942.

Stirpe F, Gasperi-Campani A, Barbieri L, Falasca A, Abbondanza A, Stevens WA. (1983) Ribosome-inactivating proteins from the seeds of Saponaria officinalis L. (soapwort) of Agrostemma githago L. (corn cockle) and of Asparagus officinalis (asparagus) and from the latex of Hura crepitans L. (sandbox tree). Biochem J 216:617-625.