KinExA References


Affinity & Kinetic Measurements:

KinExA technology overview:

Wani T.A., et al. 2016. New analytical application of antibody-based biosensor in estimation of thyroid-stimulating hormone in serum. Bioanalysis 10.4155/bio-2015-0034.

Glass T.R., Winzor D.J. 2014. Conformation of the validity of the current characterization of immunochemical reactions by kinetic exclusion assay. Anal Biochem 456: 38-42. (IF=2.334)

Bee C., et al. 2012. Exploring the dynamic range of the kinetic exclusion assay in characterizing antigen-antibody interactions. PLOS ONE 7(4): e36261. (IF=2.806)

Darling R.J. and Brault P.A. 2004. Kinetic exclusion assay technology: characterization of molecular interactions. Assay and Drug Dev Tech 2(6): 647-657. (IF=2.196)

KinExA’s role in drug discovery:

Danial M, et al. 2017.Site-Specific Polymer Attachment to HR2 Peptide Fusion Inhibitors against HIV-1 Decreases Binding Association Rates and Dissociation Rates Rather Than Binding Affinity. Bioconjug Chem. 10.1021/acs.bioconjchem.6b00540. (IF=4.818)

Kariolis MS, et al. 2017. Inhibition of the GAS6/AXL pathway augments the efficacy of chemotherapies. J Clin Invest. 10.1172/JCI85610.

Fan Y., et al. 2016. Immunological Characterization and Neutralizing Ability of Monoclonal Antibodies Directed Against Botulinum Neurotoxin Type H. The Journal of Infectious Diseases 15;213(10):1606-14. (IF=6.273)

Köck, K., et al. 2015. Preclinical development of AMG 139, a human antibody specifically targeting IL-23. British Journal of Pharmacology 172:159-172.

Tabrizi M.A., et al. 2009. Translational strategies for development of monoclonal antibodies from discovery to the clinic. Drug Discov Today 14(5/6): 298-305. IF=6.369

Significance of “solution phase” measurements to unmodified molecules:

Tigue NJ, et al. 2017. MEDI1873, a potent, stabilized hexameric agonist of human GITR with regulatory T-cell targeting potential. Oncoimmunology.10.1080/2162402X.2017.1280645.

Kusano-Arai 0., et al. 2016. Kinetic exclusion assay of monoclonal antibody affinity to the membrane protein Roundabout 1 displayed on baculovirus. Anal Biochem. 10.1016/j.ab.2016.04.004.

Blake R.C., Li X., Blake D.A. 2007. Covalent and noncovalent modifications induce allosteric binding behavior in a monoclonal antibody. Biochemistry 46: 1573-1586.

Comparison to SPR:

Fleming JK, Wojciak JM. 2017. Measuring Sphingosine-1-Phosphate: Protein Interactions with the Kinetic Exclusion Assay. Methods Mol Biol. 10.1007/7651_2017_5.

Abdiche YN. et al. 2016. Assessing kinetic and epitopic diversity across orthogonal monoclonal antibody generation platforms. MAbs. 10.1080/19420862.2015.1118596.

Kusano-Arai 0., et al. 2016. Kinetic exclusion assay of monoclonal antibody affinity to the membrane protein Roundabout 1 displayed on baculovirus. Anal Biochem. 10.1016/j.ab.2016.04.004.

Drake A.W., et al. 2012. Biacore surface matrix effects on the binding kinetics and affinity of an antigen/antibody complex. Anal Biochem. 429(1):58-69.

Sensitivity to measure tight binders:

Abdiche YN. et al. 2016. Assessing kinetic and epitopic diversity across orthogonal monoclonal antibody generation platforms. MAbs. 10.1080/19420862.2015.1118596.

Owyang A.M., et al. 2011. XOMA 052, a potent, high-affinity monoclonal antibody for the treatment of IL-1B-mediated diseases. mAbs 3(1): 49-60.

Champagne K., Shishido A., Root M.J. 2009. Interaction of HIV-1 inhibitory peptide T20 with gp41 N-HR coiled coil. J Biol Chem 284: 3619-3627.

Kostenuik P.J., et al. 2009. Denosumab, a fully human monoclonal antibody to RANKL, inhibits bone resorption and increases BMD in knock-in mice that express chimeric (murine/human) RANKL J Bone Miner Res 24: 182-195.

Luginbuhl B., et al. 2006. Directed evolution of an anti-prion protein scFv fragment to an affinity of 1 pM and its structural interpretation. J Mol Biol 363: 75-97.

Rathanaswami P., et al. 2005. Demonstration of an in vivo generated sub-picomolar affinity fully human monoclonal antibody to interleukin-8. Biochem Biophys Res Comm 334: 1004-1013.

Reverse assay techniques:

Razai A., et al. 2005. Molecular evolution of antibody affinity for sensitive detection of botulinum neurotoxin type A. J Mol Biol 351: 158-169.

Whole cell binding techniques:

Bedinger, D., et al. 2015. Differential pathway coupling of activated insulin receptor drives signaling selectivity by XmetA, an allosteric partial agonist antibody. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 353(1):35-43.

Rathanaswami P., Babcook J., Gallo M. 2008. High-affinity binding measurements of antibodies to cell-surface-expressed antigens. Anal Biochem 373: 52-60.

Xie L., et al. 2005. Measurement of the functional affinity constant of a monoclonal antibody for cell surface receptors using kinetic exclusion fluorescence immunoassay. J Immunol Methods 304: 1-14.

Unpurified antigens:

Wani T.A., et al. 2016. Analytical Application of Flow Immunosensor in Detection of Thyroxine and Triiodothyronine in Serum. Assay Drug Dev Technol.14(9):535-542. IF=2.196

Bee C., et al. 2013. Determining the binding affinity of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies towards their native unpurified antigens in human serum. PLOS ONE 8(11): e80501.

Fujino, Y., et al. 2012. Robust in vitro affinity maturation strategy based on interface-focuses high-throughput mutational scanning. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 4283:395-400.

Rathanaswami P., et al. 2011. Kinetic analysis of unpurified native antigens available in very low quantities and concentrations. Anal Biochem 414: 7-13.

Other interesting studies:

Li X., Kaattari S.L., Vogelbein M.A., Vadas G.G., Unger M.A., 2016. A highly sensitive monoclonal antibody based biosensor for quantifying 3-5 ring polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in aqueous environmental samples. Sens Biosensing Res. 7:115-120.

Lou J., et al. 2010. Affinity maturation of human botulinum neurotoxin antibodies by light chain shuffling via yeast mating. Protein Eng Des Sel 23(4): 311-319.

Kahle K.M., Steger H.K., Root M.J. 2009. Asymmetric deactivation of HIV-1 gp41 following fusion inhibitor binding. PLOS Path 5(11): 1-11.

Nowakowski A., et al. 2002. Potent neutralization of botulinum neurotoxin by recombinant oligoclonal antibody. Proc Natl Acad Sci 99: 11346-11350.

Immunoassay Techniques:

Darwish I.A., et al. 2013. Kinetic-exclusion analysis-based immunosensors versus enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays for measurement of cancer markers in biological specimens. Talanta 111: 13-19.

Prieto-Simon B., Miyachi H., Karube I., Saiki H. 2010. High-sensitive flow-based kinetic exclusion assay for okadaic acid assessment in shellfish samples. Biosens Bioelectron 25: 1395-1401.

Sasaki K., Oguma S., Namiki Y., Ohmura N. 2009. Monoclonal antibody to trivalent chromium chelate complex and its application to measurement of the total chromium concentration. Anal Chem 81: 4005-4009.

Glass T.R., Ohmura N., Saiki H. 2007. Least detectable concentration and dynamic range of three immunoassay systems using the same antibody. Anal Chem 79: 1954-1960.

Bromage E.S., et al. 2007. The development of a real-time biosensor for the detection of trace levels of trinitrotoluene (TNT) in aquatic environments. Biosens Bioelectron 22: 2532-2538.

Sasaki K., Glass T.R., Ohmura N. 2005. Validation of accuracy of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay in hybridoma screening and proposal of an improved screening method. Anal Chem 77: 1933-1939.

Glass T.R., et al. 2004. Use of excess solid-phase capacity in immunoassays: advantages for semicontinuous, near-real-time measurements and for analysis of matrix effects. Anal Chem 76: 767-772.

Ohmura N., Lackie S., Saiki H. 2001. An immunoassay for small analytes with theoretical detection limits. Anal Chem 73: 3392-3399.