Monoclonal Antibody

 Antibodies which are made by the identical immune cells which are all clones from a single parent cell. Unlike polyclonal antibodies these have a monovalent affinity which is capable of binding to the same epitope is defined as monoclonal antibody. By increasing the therapeutic targets of one single monoclonal antibody to two epitopes bispecific monoclonal antibodies can also be engineered. With the tools of biochemistry, molecular biology, and medicine monoclonal antibodies can be produced from the given substance which then serves in detecting or purifying that particular substance. Many immunotherapy specialists use the drug names ending as mab an acronymically.

 

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