• polyclonal antibodies


    Polyclonal antibodies are…

    In contrast to monoclonal antibodies, polyclonal antibodies are made by many different B cells. They target the same antigen but recognize different regions of the antigen, in other words, different epitopes. They are obtained from the blood of animals that were vaccinated and are used in research as well as in passive immunizations.


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