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Because of their B cell properties, some hybridoma clones continue to synthesize and secrete genetically homogeneous antibodies against a single epitope, called monoclonal antibodies. Monoclonals are homologous to natural immunoglobulins from the source immunized animal, but unlike polyclonal antibodies purified from serum, they are specific to a single epitope and provide a stable long term supply of produced by hybridomas in vitro.
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ABfinity™ antibodies are rabbit monoclonal antibodies that are developed by immunizing animals and then cloning the immunogen-specific antibody genes into high-level mammalian expression vectors.
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Rat and mouse hybridoma development yields custom monoclonal antibodies from synthesized peptide or recombinant protein antigens.
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