Antibody drug conjugate

What is an ADC

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What is an ADC? Three major components define an ADC—the monoclonal antibody, a cytotoxic payload, and a molecular linker that covalently bridges the other two components. A successful ADC should be chemically and physiologically stable in blood stream, exert similar antigen binding pattern compared with the unconjugated antibody, and exhibit desired payload toxicological effects once internalized. https://www.creative-biolabs.com/adc/services.htm

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