The Pirbright Institute is investigating evaluating antibody delivery platforms in the natural host, the porcine influenza model and facilitating the selection of MABS for human clinical trials.

MABS - What is a monoclonal antibody?

An antibody is a protein naturally produced by the immune system in response to an infection. A monoclonal antibody is a molecule developed in a laboratory designed to mimic or amplify the body's natural response to an invader, such as an infection.

Monoclonal antibodies have an advantage over other types of infection treatments because they are designed to specifically target an essential part of the infection process.

A monoclonal antibody is made by exposing a white blood cell to a particular viral protein, which is then cloned to mass-produce antibodies against that virus.

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Bill & Melinda Foundation.

I have come across the name Bill Gates many times in my research with other names.

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