Chemical modification describes the modification, addition or removal, through chemical reaction, of any of a variety of macromolecules, including proteins and nucleic acids. It refers to the use of chemical reagents in vitro rather than to post-translational modification of biological molecules during biosynthesis in vivo.
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Site-specific conjugation improves therapeutic index of antibody drug conjugates with high drug loadingNature Biotechnology 33, 694–696