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The term "function-triggering antibodies" is not standard, these are more widely known as cross-linking antibodies. As you may know, an antibody has multiple "arms", with the antigen binding region or Fab (Fragment antigen binding) at the end. IgG antibodies have 2 arms, IgM can have 10. The Fab portion is generally identical on all the ...


Antibodies can function as enzymes (see If you use the right monoclonal antibody, the variable end can be the right shape to bind to the site you mention.

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