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Transmembrane Rabbit Monoclonal Antibodies

Rabbits have a unique process of B cell development and are farther apart than rodents and humans. In addition, rabbit B cells have a dual affinity maturation mechanism, including gene conversion and SHM (somatic hypermutation). At the same time, the protein structure of rabbit IgG is different from that of mouse IgG, which is reflected in that it has only one subtype of IgG and its CDR3 region is longer than mouse CDR3. These differences make rabbit produce monoclonal antibodies with higher affinity and specificity.