Hybridoma, Biology

Hybridoma is the clone of plasmacytoma cells which secrete a monoclonal antibody; commonly produced by the fusion of peripheral or splenic plasma cells taken from the immunized mouse with an immortalized murine plasmacytoma cell line (which is fusion partner), followed by the cloning and selection of suitable antibody-producing cells.

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