In medicine and biotech, monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) are proteins that have been specifically created by recombinant DNA techniques. These antibodies are made from a single type of lymphocyte cell, or blood cell, and are thus highly specific to one specific antigen. Once developed, mAbs can be used to treat a wide variety of diseases.
Custom rabbit monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) are a type of antibody that is made from a single clone of an antibody-producing cell. mAbs are typically used for targeting and/or detection of specific proteins or molecules. Their unique ability to bind with specificity to one target makes them powerful tools in the research and medical communities.
There are a number of reasons why scientists might choose to create mAbs. For example, mAbs can be used to treat diseases by binding to and neutralizing specific proteins involved in the disease process. They can also be used as markers for detecting and tracking cancer cells or other molecules in the body. And finally, they can be used as tools for understanding the function of proteins in the body.
Creating mAbs is a complex and time-consuming process, but it is an essential part of modern biomedical research. If you are interested in studying monoclonal antibody development or using mAbs in your research, be sure to visit our blog for more information.