monospecificity


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monospecificity

(ˌmɒnəʊˌspɛsɪˈfɪsɪtɪ)
n
(Physiology) immunol the condition of being specific for a sole antigen
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Anti-CD155 mAb D3G7H did not exhibit positive staining in FFPE sections from Raji cell xenografts (Figure 1, D and G), recapitulating the monospecificity observed in immunoblots of murine (Figure 1, C) or human tissue homogenates (see below).
The representatives of Hemiclepsis marginata from France and from the Gusinoe area are grouped together and their COI sequences differ insignificantly (0.6%) that supports the monospecificity of the genus.
Monospecificity of the antibodies is ensured by immunization with short peptides (decapeptides to pentadecapeptides) directionally coupled at their C-terminus.