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Mammalian cell display for rapid screening scFv antibody therapy

A modular IgG-scFv bispecific antibody topology

Production of a Recombinant Single-Chain Variable-Fragment (scFv) Antibody against Sulfoglycolipid

Isolation of anti-T cell receptor scFv mutants by yeast surface display.

A humanized anti-M2 scFv shows protective in vitro activity against influenza

Conversion of scFv peptide-binding specificity for crystal chaperone development

A fully human scFv phage display library for rapid antibody fragment reformatting

Production of biologically active scFv and VHH antibody fragments in Bifidobacterium longum

Phage display of ScFv peptides recognizing the thymidine(6–4)thymidine photoproduct

Production of a Functional Catalytic Antibody ScFv-NusA Fusion Protein in Bacterial Cytoplasm

Human FcεRIα–Specific Human Single-Chain Fv (scFv) Antibody with Antagonistic Activity toward IgE/FcεRIα-Binding

Recombinant scFv Antibodies against E Protein and N Protein of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Virus

A new yeast display vector permitting free scFv amino termini can augment ligand binding affinities

Construction and optimization of a CC49-Based scFv-β-lactamase fusion protein for ADEPT

Development of tumor targeting anti-MUC-1 multimer: effects of di-scFv unpaired cysteine location on PEGylation and tumor binding

Monovalent antibody scFv fragments selected to modulate T-cell activation by inhibition of CD86–CD28 interaction

A33scFv–Green fluorescent protein, a recombinant single-chain fusion protein for tumor targeting

Directed evolution of an anti-carcinoembryonic antigen scFv with a 4-day monovalent dissociation half-time at 37°C


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A recombinant protein (single-chain variable fragment) that is a heterodimer of the variable regions of an immunoglobulin heavy and immunoglobulin light chain linked together with a short peptide. The construct has comparable binding properties to the monoclonal antibody from which the variable regions were derived.

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