how to get monoclonal antibodies directed against mouse proteins

Richard R. Hardy hardy at
Thu Jan 11 11:26:32 EST 1996

In article <4d37nb$d53 at>, David Peritt
<Peritt_d at> wrote:

>In article <4d2h5a$ha0 at> jc catalano,
>jcc at writes:
>>So do you use a rat or another animal to produce anti-mouse monoclonals?
>BINGO  rat is most common today.  then grow the ascites in a nude

Some have also had success with hamster (anti-mouseCD3 for ex)...
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