Acclaimed researcher Dr. Rose Goldman-Mage is renowned for her work with the rabbit as a model for the study of human diseases, specifically in comparative genetics and evolution. Dr. Mage is also the former chief of the Molecular Immunogenetics Division at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Her focus on the rabbit model has facilitated the annotation of the rabbit genome sequence and its use in immunology. Recently, Dr. Mage has focused her research on the chemical basis of immunoglobulins and the specificity of their antigenic determinants. She has analyzed the diversified rabbit VDJ and VLJL sequences of antibodies engineered for diagnostic and therapeutic applications, including sequences that form broadly neutralizing anti-HIV antibodies in a variety of studies.
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