Antibody Affinity

Antibody affinity is the strength at which two molecules - an antibody and an antigen - bind to each other. It is a property of antibodies that is essential for their proper functioning in the human body. Antibody affinity is used in a variety of situations, ranging from diagnostic tests to pharmaceutical research to blood transfusions. It is also used in therapeutic treatments, such as cancer immunotherapy, which uses antibodies to destroy or slow the growth of cancer cells. Antibody affinity is a vital tool in the fight against many diseases and is fundamental to modern medical research and healthcare.


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