Intracellular antibodies?

Mr. G. Morley gmorley at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Tue Jun 30 11:05:56 EST 1998


Hello all, this question may seem a bit strange, but does anyone
out there know or have heard of any ways of allowing antibodies to
pass across the extracellular membrane and be active in the intracellular
environment? Would miscelles or liposomes function as carriers 
to do this? I heard rumours that someone managed to get an antibody 
across the cell surface in vitro but I was thinking more in
terms of in vivo (in a whole animal) without totaly destroying
the cell in the process. Any ideas or speculation would be
welcome

	Regards,
			Gary Morley.
gmorley at rpms.ac.uk





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