Human cytomegalovirus (HCMV), also known as human herpes virus type 5, is one of the eight herpes viruses infected by human beings. It has a strict host specificity, resulting in a large infection cell and the appearance of a large eosinophil inclusion body in the nucleus. The positive proportion of… Continue Reading Natural full human hCMV antibody is expected to substantially increase the success rate of organ transplantation.
GPCR (G Protein-Coupled Receptor), the largest membrane protein family in the mammalian genome, is widely distributed in the central nervous system, the immune system, the cardiovascular, retina and other organs and tissues, and is involved in the development of the body and the functioning of normal functions. If the regulation… Continue Reading Research and development of antibody drugs for GPCR family
“If the two III trials are positive, we will submit a new drug to FDA in 2019,” the vTv Therapeutics chief executive, Stephen Holcomb, in the early January interview on the Alzheimer’s drug azeliragon, adding: “azeliragon has gained the speed of FDA. The passage, the approval process will be accelerated.… Continue Reading A shocking map of Alzheimer’s disease “failure”