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Case Study: Are the Terms ‘Antibody Derivative’ and ‘Bispecific Antibody’ Described in Dependent Claims or Specification of Antibody Patents?By: Daisuke Tokushigeon December 19, 2020 at 5:15 pm Publication: IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law

An antibody can take various forms, including the following: a monoclonal, polyclonal, mouse, human, humanized, monospecific, bispecific, glycosylated (sugar chain-modified), Fc-modified, or ADC (antibody-drug conjugate) antibody; an antibody fragment (e.g., Fab, scFv, diabody, sdAb, tandem scFv); o  Read More>>

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