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Monoclonal

monoclonal
1. (Science: cell biology) Used of a cell line whether within the body or in culture to indicate that it has a single clonal origin.
2. (Science: immunology) monoclonal antibodies are produced by a single clone of hybridoma cells and are therefore a single species of antibody molecule.


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