Open Dataset XSAKDRGZ
SEC-SAXS-MALS for mAb1 ( SinoBiological: 40143-MM05) against the N-terminal domain of nucleocapsid protein from SARS-CoV-2
We conducted a structural characterization of mAbs against the N-terminal domain of nucleocapsid protein (NPNTD) from SARS-CoV-2 using small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS). Our solution-based results distinguished the mAbs’ flexibility and how this flexibility impacts the assembly of multiple mAbs on an antigen. By pairing two mAbs that bind different epitopes on the NPNTD, we show that flexible mAbs form a closed sandwich-like complex. With rigid mAbs, a juxtaposition of the Fabs is prevented, enforcing a linear arrangement of the mAb pair, which facilitates further mAb polymerization.Experimental description
For SEC-MALS-SAXS experiments, 60 uL of a sample containing mAb1 ~1.5 mg/mL was prepared in PBS pH 7.4 buffer. SEC-MALS-SAXS was collected at the SIBYLS beamline (BL 12.3.1) at the Advanced Light Source (ALS) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) in Berkeley, California.File description
*cbf.dat > unsubtracted SAXS curves for 600 two-second exposures across the SEC elution profile. *.dat > final merged SAXS profile for main SEC peak *.pdb > two multistate atomic model *.pdf > SEC-MALS results
2021-05-21Data collection technique
Sample to Detector Distance
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, The SIBYLS Beamline
United States of America
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Complete Set of SAS Data Files
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- mAb1.zip Download
Individual SAS Data Files (total 1)
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- ant1.dat Download
Supplemental Data and Supporting Materials (total 0)
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