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Antibody monoclonal

Monoclonal antibodies (mAB) are antibodies, i.e. immunologically active proteins, produced by a cell line (cell clone) that originate from a single B lymphocyte and are directed against a single epitope. In contrast, a physiologically (naturally) occurring immune response against an antigen that has invaded the body is always polyclonal and is directed, for example, against many different epitopes on a bacterium. Monoclonal antibodies play a major role in diagnostics and research because they can bind a number of molecules with high specificity. The binding of the antibodies can then be detected using a variety of techniques. This antigen-antibody reaction forms the basis for numerous experimental and diagnostic procedures (e.g. immunophenotyping, FACS / flow cytometry, immunohistology, ELISA, ELISPOT, radioimmunoassay and Western blot). Many of the cell surface antigens of human cells recognized by monoclonal antibodies are classified in the CD nomenclature.

Antibody monoclonal

Monoclonal antibodies (mAB) are antibodies, i.e. immunologically active proteins, produced by a cell line (cell clone) that originate from a single B lymphocyte and are directed against a single epitope. In contrast, a physiologically (naturally) occurring immune response against an antigen that has invaded the…

Monoclonal antibodies (mAB) are antibodies, i.e. immunologically active proteins, produced by a cell line (cell clone) that originate from a single B…


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