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A welcome burst of human antibodies

Nature Biotechnology volume 26, pages 886887 (2008) | Download Citation

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A new method allows rapid identification of human monoclonal antibodies from immune or vaccinated individuals.

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    • Michael B Zwick
    • , Johannes S Gach
    •  & Dennis R Burton

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