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|dc.contributor.author||Anna Ngonrath Na Ayudhya||en_US|
|dc.identifier.citation||Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand. Vol.84, No.4 (2001), 545-553||en_US|
|dc.description.abstract||In developing a new method for preparing a radiopharmaceutical for clinical investigation, a thorough understanding of reaction stoichiometry is crucial in optimizing the labelling chemistry. Factors determining labelling efficiency of the 2 - mercaptoethanol (2-ME) - mediated 99mTc-labelling of antibody molecules were elucidated using anti-tumor monoclonal antibodies of different IgG subclasses (i.e. IOR-CEA(IgG1), M170(IgG1), 3F8(IgG3) and EMD (IgG2a)) and polyclonal human immunoglobulins (Sandoglobulin). Antibodies which were sensitive to 2-ME reduction (i.e. required 500-1000 molar excess of 2-ME) could tag 99mTc with high efficiency since they possessed abundant reactive sites (i.e. sulfydryl groups) for 99mTc binding. Reduction sensitivity of antibodies was unlikely to be affected by IgG subclass and could be rated as follows : Sandoglobulin > IOR-CEA > 3F8 > M170 > EMD. Concentrations of the reduced antibodies for effective labelling appeared to be related to the reduction sensitivity, i.e. 0.2, 0.4 and 0.6 mg/ml were required for labelling of IOR-CEA, 3F8 and M170 respectively. In addition, susceptibility to 2-ME reduction seemed to reflect the rate of antibody labelling. For 2-ME resistant molecules, i.e. M170 and EMD, successful labelling could be achieved by using a slow 99mTc reducing agent such as SnCl2 instead of SnF2 which reacted more rapidly. Since 2-ME generates reactive sulfhydryl groups that are distal to antigen binding sites, the immunoreactivity of the modified antibody was not affected by the effect of reduction.||en_US|
|dc.title||Factors affecting chemistry of reduction - Mediated <sup>99m</sup>Tc-labelling of monoclonal antibodies and polyclonal human immunoglobulins||en_US|
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