mAb to human CTLA-4 and B7-1

Lee M. Wetzler lwetzler at acs.bu.edu
Thu Dec 29 09:06:52 EST 1994


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>Hi,

>I am looking for mAbs to hu CTLA-4 and B7-1.  I would appreciate it if
>some one provide some leads.  Thanks!


Pharmingen has mAb to human and murine B7-1 and B7-2.  I do not know of any 
anti-CTLA-4 Ab but anti-CD28 Ab might work.  Trying Rochard Locksley is 
another good idea.

Good Luck
Lee Wetzler
Maxwell Finalnd Lab
Boston University School of Med.
Boston City Hospital

lwetzler at acs.bu.edu




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