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Antibody isolation and purification
Antibody isolation and purification is the concentration of an antibody or antibodies that recognize a specific target molecule and the removal of non-specific antibodies and contaminants. Pure isolated antibodies tend to have greater activity and are less likely to cross-react with non-target molecules than impure mixtures.
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