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Monoclonal Antibodies Applications
Therapeutic Uses: Monoclonal antibodies have been developed to treat various diseases, including cancer, autoimmune disorders, and infectious diseases. They can target specific cells or molecules involved in the disease process and either activate the immune system to attack these cells or directly block their function.
Diagnostic Uses: Monoclonal antibodies are used in diagnostic tests, such as enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISA) and lateral flow assays, to detect the presence of specific antigens in patient samples, indicating the presence of infections or other diseases.
Research Tools: Monoclonal antibodies are valuable tools in scientific research to study the expression and function of specific molecules in cells and tissues. They help researchers gain a deeper understanding of various biological processes.
Immunotherapy: Monoclonal antibodies can be engineered to enhance the immune system's ability to recognize and attack cancer cells, making them an essential component of cancer immunotherapies.
Passive Immunization: In certain situations, monoclonal antibodies can provide immediate, short-term protection against infectious diseases. This approach, known as passive immunization, is particularly useful in situations where rapid immunity is needed, such as in preventing certain viral infections.
Emerging antibody technologies. A – derivatives of classical mAbs: scFv, Fab, and F-Cab antibody formats; B – engineered bi-specific mAbs: structure and mechanism of a bi-specific T-cell engaging (BiTE) antibody; C – novel mAb frameworks: unique structure of camelid antibodies. mAb = monoclonal antibody
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Product Size: 100uL
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