Monoclonal Antibody
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Definition of Monoclonal Antibody
An antibody produced by a clone or genetically homogenous fast-growing cells i.e., hybridoma. hybridoma cells are cloned to establish cell lines producing a specific antibody that is chemically and immunologically homogeneous. They are widely used in cancer detection, diagnosis, and treatment.

Monoclonal Antibody is from the group

Biological Agent

Other Names for Monoclonal Antibody

Monoclonal Antibody
Monoclonal Antibodies
monoclonal antibodies


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