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Vernon C Stevens: Antigenic modification of polypeptides. The Ohio State University, Millard & Cox, November 24, 1981: US04302386 (72 worldwide citation)

Modified hormones or fragments of hormones are useful in producing antibodies when administered to an animal. Said antibodies in turn cause neutralization of endogenous natural protein hormones. The modification may be accomplished by attaching various kinds of modifying groups to the hormone or fra ...


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Vernon C Stevens: Antigenic modification of polypeptides. The Ohio State University Research Foundation, Sidney W Millard, December 15, 1987: US04713366 (59 worldwide citation)

Endogenous and exogenous proteins, and fragments thereof, are chemically modified outside the body of an animal so that when injected into the animal they produce more antibodies against the unmodified protein than would injection of the unmodified protein or fragment alone. The chemical modificatio ...


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Vernon C Stevens: Antigenic modification of polypeptides. The Ohio State University, Millard Cox & Smith, May 6, 1980: US04201770 (57 worldwide citation)

Modified hormones or fragments of hormones are useful in producing antibodies when administered to an animal. Said antibodies in turn cause neutralization of endogenous natural protein hormones. The modification may be accomplished by attaching various kinds of modifying groups to the hormone or fra ...


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Vernon C Stevens: Antigenic modification of polypeptides. The Ohio State University, Millard & Cox, May 24, 1983: US04384995 (50 worldwide citation)

Modified hormones or fragments of hormones are useful in producing antibodies when administered to an animal. Said antibodies in turn cause neutralization of endogenous natural protein hormones. The modification may be accomplished by attaching various kinds of modifying groups to the hormone or fra ...


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Vernon C Stevens: Antigenic modification of polypeptides. The Ohio State University, Sidney W Millard, July 2, 1985: US04526716 (48 worldwide citation)

Modified hormones or fragments of hormones are useful in producing antibodies when administered to an animal. Said antibodies in turn cause neutralization of endogenous natural protein hormones. Also, non-endogenous proteins or peptides (for example viral proteins or fragments thereof) can be modifi ...


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Vernon C Stevens: Antigenic modification of polypeptides. Ohio State University, Sidney W Millard, September 1, 1987: US04691006 (43 worldwide citation)

Endogenous and exogenous proteins, and fragments thereof, are chemically modified outside the body of an animal so that when injected into the animal they produce more antibodies against the unmodified protein than would injection of the unmodified protein or fragment alone. The chemical modificatio ...


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Vernon C Stevens: Antigenic modification of polypeptides. The Ohio State University, Sidney W Millard, Frank H Foster, August 30, 1988: US04767842 (31 worldwide citation)

Endogenous and exogenous proteins, and fragments thereof, are chemically modified outside the body of an animal so that when injected into the animal they produce more antibodies against the unmodified protein than would injection of the unmodified protein or fragment alone. The chemical modificatio ...


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Vernon C Stevens: Antigenic modification of polypeptides. The Ohio State University Research Foundation, Sidney W Millard, August 8, 1989: US04855285 (23 worldwide citation)

Endogenous and exogenous proteins, and fragments thereof, are chemically modified outside the body of an animal so that when injected into the animal they produce more antibodies against the unmodified protein than would injection of the unmodified protein or fragment alone. The chemical modificatio ...


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Vernon C Stevens: Antigenic modification of polypeptides. The Ohio State University, Frank H Foster, August 9, 1988: US04762913 (13 worldwide citation)

Endogenous and exogenous proteins, and fragments thereof, are chemically modified outside the body of an animal so that when injected into the animal they produce more antibodies against the unmodified protein than would injection of the unmodified protein or fragment alone. The chemical modificatio ...


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Vernon C Stevens: Antigenic modification of polypeptides. The Ohio State University, Frank H Foster, April 9, 1991: US05006334 (12 worldwide citation)

Endogenous and exogenous proteins, and fragments thereof, are chemically modified outside the body of an animal so that when injected into the animal they produce more antibodies against the unmodified protein than would injection of the unmodified protein or fragment alone. The chemical modificatio ...