Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Hybridoma

Cell culture composed of fused cells of different kinds, cloned for the purpose of producing anti-body of a single specificity. The fusion usually involves an antibody-producing tumor cell (myeloma) and a normal, antigenically stimulated plasma cell. The anti-body produced is called a monoclonal antibody, and is directed against the antigen epitope of the tumor cell.

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