Monoclonal Versus Polyclonal Antibodies

@inproceedings{2015MonoclonalVP,
  title={Monoclonal Versus Polyclonal Antibodies},
  author={},
  year={2015}
}
  • Published 2015
Antibodies are protein molecules used to by the immune system to combat pathogens. They have a multitude of functions in the body; antibodies can bind to antigens to prevent cellular damage, activate the complement pathway to destroy a pathogen, or mark a pathogen for destruction by NK cells. They are an integral component of the humoral immune response. Scientists had figured out how to harness the natural antibody response when they discovered vaccines as a means to guard against contagious… CONTINUE READING

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