Medical Definition of Polyclonal antibody

1. An antibody produced by several clones of B lymphocytes as would be the case in a whole animal. Usually refers to antibodies raised in immunised animals, whereas a monoclonal antibody is the product of a single clone of B lymphocytes, usually maintained in vitro. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Polyclonal Antibody

polychylia
polyciliate
polycinematosomnography
polycistron
polycistronic
polycistronic mRNA
polycistrons
polyclad
polyclads
polyclinic
polyclinical
polyclinics
polyclonal
polyclonal activator
polyclonal antibodies
polyclonal antibody (current term)
polyclonal antiserum
polyclonal compartment
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polyclonia
polycloning site
polycondensate
polycondensates
polycondensation
polycondensations
polycondense
polycondensed
polycondenses

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