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“…[18][19][20][21] Noncovalent dimer formation through hydrophobic or electrostatic interactions between specific domains has been identified in several cases. 19,22,23 Covalent dimer formation due to interactions between Fab:Fab, Fc:Fc, and Fab:Fc were observed in an IgG1 molecule 18 whereas in an IgG2 molecule dimer formation was attributed to disulfide bond formation between cysteines located in the hinge region. 20 The amount of noncovalent and covalent dimers formed by these different IgG antibodies depended on IgG type, solution conditions, and temperature.…”
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“…[18][19][20][21] Noncovalent dimer formation through hydrophobic or electrostatic interactions between specific domains has been identified in several cases. 19,22,23 Covalent dimer formation due to interactions between Fab:Fab, Fc:Fc, and Fab:Fc were observed in an IgG1 molecule 18 whereas in an IgG2 molecule dimer formation was attributed to disulfide bond formation between cysteines located in the hinge region. 20 The amount of noncovalent and covalent dimers formed by these different IgG antibodies depended on IgG type, solution conditions, and temperature.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning