What is MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY?

Antibody produced by a single clone of cells or a cell line derived from a single cell. Such antibodies are all identical and have unique amino acid sequences. Commonly used to refer to antibody secreted by a hybridoma cell line, but can also refer to the immunoglobulin produced in vivo by a B cell clone such as a plasmacytoma if this has identifiable antibody properties,


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