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(Updated: 26 Nov 2009)

 

Nov 26 2009

The WallBioNet site is now maintained at the CCRC. All links have been corrected

 

July 12 2007

The CCRC is now providing a mirror site for the WallBioNet site (see "Links" page).

A "Experimental protocols" page has been added. This page will be updated with new procedures as they become available.

 

Sept 28 2006

The personnel page has been updated. Seven new monoclonal antibodies (JIM19, JIM84, JIM101, JIM132, JIM136, JIM137, and CCRC-M38) have been added to the antibody list.

 

Sept 5 2005

Seven new monoclonal antibodies (JIM17, CCRC-M30, CCRC-M31, CCRC-M32, CCRC-M34, CCRC-M36, and CCRC-M37) have been added to the antibody list.

 

May 6 2005:

Four monoclonal antibodies (CCRC-M8, JIM13, JIM14, and JIM15) have been added to the antibody list


April 2005:


Four postdoctoral research associates have recently joined the group:

Drs Zoe Popper and Tracey Bootten are generating wall poly/oligosaccharide-protein conjugates for use as antigens.

Dr. Sivakumar Pattathil is determining the epitope recognized by the CCRC-M2 monoclonal antibody.

Dr. Xiangming Zhu is developing methods to chemically synthesize arabinose and galactose-containing oligosaccharides.

Two graduate students (James Neves and Yu Rao) have joined Geert-Jan Boons group and will be developing methods to chemically synthesize arabinose and galactose-containing oligosaccharides.

Xiuqin Xia and Ray Rossi have joined the monoclonal antibody facility.

1 October 2004:

Applicants for postdoctoral and research technician positions are currently being evaluated.

 

 

 

 



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