Journal of Oncology / 2009 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Anti-EphA2 Antibodies with Distinct In Vitro Properties Have Equal In Vivo Efficacy in Pancreatic Cancer

Figure 1

In vitro characterization of IgG25 and IgG28. (a) FACS-based whole cell binding assay was performed with IgG25 and IgG28 on human MiaPaCa2 and (b) on mouse MC38-CEA cells to determine the apparent Kd. Mean Fluorescence Intensities (MFIs) obtained with IgG25 and IgG28 over the logarithm of their molar concentration (LogM) are reported. (c) Binding competition experiments of IgG25 and IgG28 with ephrinA1 on MiaPaCa2 cells, a control isotypic IgG1 antibody (Ctrl IgG) was used as negative control. IgG25 (filled circles), IgG28 (empty circles), Ctrl IgG (filled triangles). (d) EphA2 immunoprecipitation from lysates of cells treated with Ctrl IgG, IgG25, IgG28 and ephA1-Fc, followed by Western Blot with antiphosphotyrosine antibody. After stripping, the same filter was probed with EphA2 antibody as loading control. (e) FACS-based whole cell binding with IgG25 and IgG28 on mouse N2A cells transiently transfected with expression vectors coding for members of Eph A receptor family (EphA1, EphA2, EphA3, EphA4, EphA5, and EphA7).
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