monoclonal antibody definition

  • noun:
    • some of the highly particular antibodies manufactured in large quantity because of the clones of just one hybrid cellular formed into the laboratory because of the fusion of a B mobile with a tumor cell.
    • A protein genetically designed from an individual clone of a B cellular, particularly one produced by fusion with a tumor mobile and intended for usage as a drug.
    • some of a course of antibodies stated in the laboratory by just one clone of cells or a cell line and composed of identical antibody molecules

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