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Academic Article Tween protects recombinant human growth hormone against agitation-induced damage via hydrophobic interactions.
Academic Article High pressure fosters protein refolding from aggregates at high concentrations.
Academic Article Effect of zinc binding and precipitation on structures of recombinant human growth hormone and nerve growth factor.
Academic Article Molten globule intermediate of recombinant human growth hormone: stabilization with surfactants.
Academic Article Effects of Tween 20 and Tween 80 on the stability of Albutropin during agitation.
Academic Article Crystallization of recombinant human growth hormone at elevated pressures: pressure effects on PEG-induced volume exclusion interactions.
Academic Article High pressure refolding of recombinant human growth hormone from insoluble aggregates. Structural transformations, kinetic barriers, and energetics.
Academic Article Immunogenicity of aggregates of recombinant human growth hormone in mouse models.
Academic Article Recombinant murine growth hormone from E. coli inclusion bodies: expression, high-pressure solubilization and refolding, and characterization of activity and structure.
Academic Article Glass particles as an adjuvant: a model for adverse immunogenicity of therapeutic proteins.
Academic Article Selective domain stabilization as a strategy to reduce fusion protein aggregation.
Concept Human Growth Hormone
Concept Growth Hormone
Academic Article Protein quantity on the air-solid interface determines degradation rates of human growth hormone in lyophilized samples.
Academic Article UV photodegradation of murine growth hormone: chemical analysis and immunogenicity consequences.
Academic Article Recombinant murine growth hormone particles are more immunogenic with intravenous than subcutaneous administration.
Academic Article Do not drop: mechanical shock in vials causes cavitation, protein aggregation, and particle formation.
Academic Article Silicone Oil Microdroplets Can Induce Antibody Responses Against Recombinant Murine Growth Hormone in Mice.

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