Polyclonal Antibodies

Polyclonal antibodies(pAbs) are secreted by multiple B cell lineages in the body, compared to mAbs, which come from a single cell lineage. This type of antibodies are a collection of immunoglobulin molecules, reacting against a specific antigen and each of them identifies a different epitope.
They are produced by injecting an animal with an immunogen and after injecting a unique antigen, a primary immune response is triggered. Furthermore, a second or sometimes third immunization is needed to produce higher titres of the desired antibodies.

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