monoclonal

Used of a cell line whether within the body or in culture to indicate that it has a single clonal origin. Monoclonal antibodies are produced by a single clone of hybridoma cells, and are therefore a single species of antibody molecule.

Monoclonal

Produced from a single genetically pure cell type; often referring to antibody produced from a hybridoma cell made from a single type of B cell.

monoclonal

[adj] - forming or derived from a single clone
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monoclonal

Pertaining to a specific protein from a single clone of cells, all molecules of this protein being the same.
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Monoclonal

Monoclonal: Pertaining to a single clone of cells, a single cell and the progeny of that cell. As opposed to polyclonal. A monoclonal tumor is one that is derived from a single cell and the progeny of that cell. Monoclonal antibodies are produced by a single clone of cells (hybridoma cells) and therefore are a single type of antibody.Common Misspel...
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monoclonal

1. <cell biology> Used of a cell line whether within the body or in culture to indicate that it has a single clonal origin. ... 2. <immunology> Monoclonal antibodies are produced by a single clone of hybridoma cells and are therefore a single species of antibody molecule. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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monoclonal

adjective forming or derived from a single clone
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monoclonal

(mon″o-klo┬┤nәl) derived from or pertaining to a single clone.
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Monoclonal

Literally, coming from a single clone. A clone is the progeny of a single cell. In immunology, monoclonal generally describes a preparation of antibody that is monogenous, or cells of a single specificity.
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monoclonal

Type: Term Pronunciation: mon′ō-klō′năl Definitions: 1. In immunochemistry, pertaining to a protein from a single clone of cells, all molecules of which are the same; in the case of Bence Jones protein, the chains are all κ or λ.
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Monoclonal

Monoclonal cells are defined as a group of cells produced from a single ancestral cell by repeated cellular replication. Thus they can be said to form a single `clone`. The process of replication can occur in vivo, or may be stimulated in vitro for laboratory manipulations. The use of the term typically implies that there is some method to disti.....
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monoclonal

Originating from a single precursor cell.
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monoclonal

Originating from a single precursor cell.
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