Illustration of the production of monoclonal antibodies, laboratory-produced monospecific antibodies made by a single clone of cells. They are engineered to bind to substances in the body. When monoclonal antibodies attach to defects in cancer cells they can make the cancer cell more visible to the immune system, block growth signals, stop new blood vessels from forming, deliver radiation to cancer cells, or deliver chemotherapy to cancer cells.
April 22nd, 2019
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