One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An antibody produced by a single clone of cells or cell line and consisting of identical antibody molecules.
- ‘These soluble molecules in the blood are usually glycoproteins detected by monoclonal antibodies.’
- ‘Traditionally, most methods have used monoclonal antibodies and immunohistochemistry to identify tumour marker proteins.’
- ‘By recognizing and attaching to these proteins, monoclonal antibodies can interfere with normal or abnormal cellular responses.’
- ‘Human leukocytes are identified by monoclonal antibodies that recognize leukocyte membrane molecules.’
- ‘They have recognized another cell surface receptor by using a monoclonal antibody that they have termed IVd4.’
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