Most of our work is published in scientific journals, and as far as possible we try to make sure they are open access.  However we realise that these are not always easy to read, so we hope to produce a number of bite sized bits of information to make life easier.  Some will be our results, some will be background information. This is a work in progress so please bear with us.

How do we get a billion different antibodies?

Why we think the antibody gene CDR3 region is important in ageing (and in immunity in general)

What is an antibody?

What is an antigen?

What is a B cell receptor?

What are kappa and lambda light chains?

 

If you have any suggestions for pages we should include here please let us know.

Dunn-Walters’ Lab
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Duke of Kent Building, University of Surrey,
Guildford, GU2 7XH
d.dunn-walters[at sign]surrey.ac.uk
@beecellnumbers

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