Human IgG2 antibodies against epidermal growth factor receptor effectively trigger antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity but, in contrast to IgG1, only by cells of myeloid lineage

Tanja Schneider-Merck, Jeroen J. Van Lammerts Bueren, Sven Berger, Kai Rossen, Patrick H.C. Van Berkel, Stefanie Derer, Thomas Beyer, Stefan Lohse, Wim K. Bleeker, Matthias Peipp, Paul W.H.I. Parren, Jan G.J. Van De Winkel, Thomas Valerius*, Michael Dechant

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