Competitive Inhibitors Of Invariant Chain Expression And/or Ectopic Clip Binding

  • Published: Jul 4, 2012
  • Earliest Priority: Oct 23 2007
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The invention relates to methods for modulating the immune function through targeting of CLIP molecules. The result is wide range of new therapeutic regimens for treating, inhibiting the development of, or otherwise dealing with, a multitude of illnesses and conditions, including autoimmune disease, cancer, Alzheimer's disease, allergic disease, transplant and cell graft rejection, HIV infection and other viral, bacterial, and parasitic infection, and AIDS. Methods are also provided for preparing a peptide having the property of being able to displace CLIP by feeding one or more peptide sequences into software that predicts MHC Class II binding regions in an antigen sequence and related products.


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Document History
  • Publication: Jul 4, 2012
  • Application: Oct 23, 2008
    EP EP 08841310 A
  • Priority: Oct 23, 2008
    US US 2008/0012078 W
  • Priority: Jul 25, 2008
    US US 13596408 P
  • Priority: Jul 25, 2008
    US US 13715008 P
  • Priority: Oct 23, 2007
    US US 15207 P

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