The subject invention concerns novel polynucleotide sequences which code for polypeptides which bind IgA. A further aspect of the invention are hybrid proteins (and genes encoding these hybrid proteins) which comprise binding domains for both IgA and IgG.
Medical College of Ohio
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The University of Toledo
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Faulmann, Ervin, "Gene and method for production of a 40-45-kDa IgA binding protein" (1995). University of Toledo U.S. Patents. 183.