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Hybritech: Portrait of a Monoclonal Specialist

Commercialization of monoclonal antibodies may be the biotechnology success story of the 1980s. While most products of genetic engineering are still characterized as having potential or hypothetical commercial applications, there are at least 30 monoclonal antibody-based products on the market now. Hybritech, a California biotechnology firm, leads the field in production and marketing of new applications for monoclonal antibodies.

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Prescott, L. Hybritech: Portrait of a Monoclonal Specialist. Nat Biotechnol 1, 156–161 (1983). https://doi.org/10.1038/nbt0483-156

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