'Camelized' Antibodies Make Waves

  title={'Camelized' Antibodies Make Waves},
  author={Robert. Koenig},
  pages={1373 - 1373}
  • R. Koenig
  • Published 30 November 2007
  • Biology
  • Science
Since the 1993 discovery that camel antibodies are fundamentally different from their murine counterparts, more than 130 papers have been published on the properties of camel antibodies and their uses, which include diagnostic tests and biodefense assays. 
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