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bispecific antibody

 

Definition:

  1. an antibody having specificity for a target cell on one arm and for a treatment or killing agent on the other.
  2. synthetic antibody constructed by cross-linking Fab fragments from separate monoclonal antibodies.

See Also: bivalent antibody

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