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Hajdú, István and Flachner, Beáta and Bognár, Melinda and Végh, Barbara M. and Dobi, Krisztina and Lőrincz, Zsolt and Lázár, József and Cseh, Sándor and Takács, László and Kurucz, István (2014) Monoclonal antibody proteomics: use of antibody mimotope displaying phages and the relevant synthetic peptides for mAb scouting. Immunology letters, 160 (2). pp. 172-7. ISSN 1879-0542

Székely, Andrea and Szekrényes, Akos and Kerékgyártó, Márta and Balogh, Attila and Kádas, János and Lázár, József and Guttman, András and Kurucz, István and Takács, László (2014) Multicapillary SDS-gel electrophoresis for the analysis of fluorescently labeled mAb preparations: a high throughput quality control process for the production of QuantiPlasma and PlasmaScan mAb libraries. Electrophoresis, 35 (15). pp. 2155-2162. ISSN 1522-2683

Hajdú, István and Flachner, Beáta and Bognár, Melinda and Végh, Barbara and Dobi, Krisztina and Lőrincz, Zsolt and Lázár, József and Cseh, Sándor and Kurucz, István and Takács, László (2014) Monoclonal antibody proteomics: Use of antibody mimotope displaying phages and the relevant synthetic peptides for mAb scouting. IMMUNOLOGY LETTERS, 160 (2). pp. 172-177. ISSN 0165-2478

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Bíró, Tamás and Borbíró, István and Czifra, Gabriella and Juhász, István and Lázár, József and Szabó, Tamás and Szöllősi, Attila Gábor and Tóth, István Balázs (2010) A vanilloid receptor-1 (TRPV1) szerepe a bőr biológiai folyamatainak szabályozásában fiziológiás és patológiás állapotokban = Role of vanilloid receptor-1 (TRPV1) in regulation of biological processes of skin under physiological and pathological conditions. Project Report. OTKA.

Kovács, László and Bíró, Tamás and Czifra, Gabriella and Lázár, József and Telek, Andrea (2009) Az intracelluláris jelátvitel szerepe a sejtproliferáció és differenciálódás szabályozásában = Role of intracellular signal transduction in the regulation of cellular proliferation and differentiation. Project Report. OTKA.

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