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Linkage Projects - Grant ID: LP130100531

Title
Linkage Projects - Grant ID: LP130100531
Funding
ARC | Linkage Projects
Contract (GA) number
LP130100531
Start Date
2013/01/01
End Date
2016/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/LP130100531

 

  • Half-life–extended recombinant coagulation factor IX–albumin fusion protein is recycled via the FcRn-mediated pathway

    Chia, Jenny; Louber, Jade; Glauser, Isabelle; Taylor, Shirley; Bass, Greg T.; Dower, Steve K.; Gleeson, Paul A.; Verhagen, Anne M. (2018)
    Projects: ARC | Linkage Projects - Grant ID: LP130100531 (LP130100531)
    The neonatal Fc receptor (FcRn) has a pivotal role in albumin and IgG homeostasis. Internalized IgG captured by FcRn under acidic endosomal conditions is recycled to the cell surface where exocytosis and a shift to neutral pH promote extracellular IgG release. Although a similar mechanism is proposed for FcRn-mediated albumin intracellular trafficking and recycling, this pathway is less well defined but is relevant to the development of therapeutics exploiting FcRn to extend the half-life of ...
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