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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 ...


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Antibodies can function as enzymes (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abzyme). 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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