The complete guide to the structure of bispecific antibodies



May 30, 2019

Bispecific antibodies can recognize and bind two different antigens separately, so it can connect immune cells, viral molecules, etc. to tumor cells, thereby enhancing the killing effect on target cells, and it can also combines different antigens on the same tumor cell to enhance its binding specificity, thereby reducing side effects such as off-target toxicity. This bifunctional recombinant antibody has a higher therapeutic effect as a drug for treating tumors than a monoclonal antibody.

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