Come gli anticorpi sono coniugati?

Gli anticorpi coniugati sono utilizzati negli approcci clinici e non clinici differenti. Per esempio, la anticorpo-droga coniuga (ADCs) e i radioimmunoconjugates (RICs) possono essere utilizzati nella clinica per la consegna di terapeutica, mentre gli anticorpi contrassegnati con un tag fluorescente possono essere utilizzati nel laboratorio per l'immunofluorescenza e l'analisi occidentale della macchia.

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Last Updated: Dec 11, 2018

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Chloe has a B.Sc. in Medical Sciences from the University of Leeds and during her time there she enjoyed being close to the Yorkshire dales. Chloe loves the outdoors, spending her spare time hiking and exploring the UK countryside as well as listening to live music and running.

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