Interesting science out of Korea.  Looks like they can twiddle with genomic parts from mice and chickens and create human antibodies with them.  The paper came out 6 years ago.

Generation of a chickenized catalytic anti-nucleic acid antibody by complementarity-determining region grafting

http://bio.gnu.ac.kr/publication/pdf/2015_02(122).pdf">http://bio.gnu.ac.kr/publication/pdf/2015_02(122).pdf

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I did just email a prominent scientist and asked “the question.” 

 

  • Inter-Species Genetic Manipulation? 

 

  • Is this what scientists are trying to accomplish? 

 

  • Is this what we aren’t being told? 

 

If so this research is a sliver of what’s being done. The immune system is a definite impediment.

 

Is this more about the immune system than antibodies?

 

It’s what I’m seeing after letting this paper ferment for a while.

 

Generation of a chickenized catalytic anti-nucleic acid antibody by complementarity-determining region grafting

http://bio.gnu.ac.kr/publication/pdf/2015_02(122).pdf">http://bio.gnu.ac.kr/publication/pdf/2015_02(122).pdf

 

I have to do a deeper read.  I haven’t done that yet.  I will. Doing a soft read gives me a chance to see through the glass.

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