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Mike's Immunoglobulin Structure/Function Home Page

These webpages on immunoglobulin structure and function have been prepared by Mike Clark, PhD, Cambridge University, Cambridge UK. The pages here stem from my own academic teaching and research interests in immunoglobulin structure and function. My intention is to continue to develop them as a resource not only for my own use but also as a reference source for students and researchers with a similar interest in immunoglobulins. However you should be aware that I exercise my rights to copyright over the material that I have produced.

If you have suggestions for additions, changes or corrections to any of my material then please email me. I am also eager to hear from anyone who has web material of relevance which they would like me to cross-reference from here.

What no frames? (A policy statement).

Mike's Main Menu

The following links refer to my own online resources provided by me from servers in Cambridge University , Cambridge UK. Their content is copyright © Mike Clark, Cambridge University.

Mike's Resources on Therapeutic Antibodies and Humanisation

Other Immunoglobulin Web Sites

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Miscellaneous Links & Awards

Over the years this website has received a number of awards and accolades from sites several of which don't seem to have lasted as well as my own! I have kept the badges for posterity below, but I have converted the broken URLs into invisible comments in the html.

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Chosen for listing in the ISI Current Web Contents
and also made available through searching the Thompson Scientific Web Plus (subscription required)

intute_health.jpg - 22Kb
Chosen for listing in the Health and Life Sciences pages of Intute

HMS Beagle
Was chosen as an "HMS Beagle's Web Pick of the Day"

Was listed in the BioMedLink Database

Key Resource
Was listed in Links2Go Key Resource Immunology Topic

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Policy Statement

These web pages are meant as an academic resource and as such I would like them to remain accessible and useful to the widest number of individuals. I have therefor deliberately avoided the current trend to introduce a whole host of unique and non-standard features which require specific web browsers to be used to access the pages. So until features such as frames are written into the HTML standards I am deliberately avoiding their use on this website. Hopefully users will agree that what is important is the information provided within the site rather than a specific mode of presentation.

However if you seem to be viewing this site in a frame surrounded by advertisements and other navigation aids you might like to visit this link to a further policy statement of mine.

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"An antibody engineer who also enjoys the mountains."
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© Mike Clark, PhD., Cambridge University, UK
Last updated on 6th December 2007