specific antibodies that have been obtained by immunization of an animal. They are the products of different clones of antibody-producing cells.
An antibody generated by the immune response to an antigen. Each epitope on the antigen is capable of causing the formation of a clone of B lymphocytes that will produce an antibody to that epitope.
An antibody that is produced by more than one type of cell.
A mixture of antibodies that together recognise different epitopes, or regions, of a foreign substance.
A sample that contains a mixture of antibodies active against a specific antigen, each recognizing a different epitope or region of the antigen.
Antibody produced by a number of different cell types. BT antibody. RT monoclonal antibody
Polyclonal antibodies are antibodies that are derived from different B-cell lines. They are a mixture of immunoglobulin molecules secreted against a specific antigen, each recognising a different epitope.