Therapeutic antibodies are man-made substances that are able to bind to specific proteins on the surfaces of cells. In some cases, the binding specificity of therapeutic antibodies is used to precisely deliver drugs or drug-activating enzymes to precise cellular locations. These are monoclonal antibodies, meaning that they are antibodies produced by clones of a single immune cell. This book discusses all clinicians involved with this form of treatment, especially accident and emergency physicians, clinical immunologists, and pharmacologists.
Print ISBN: 9781682502273 | $ 170 | 2016 | Hardcover
Contributors: Gerald Schlaf, Susanne Apel et al