2017
DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4939-7447-4_5
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Abstract: Rapidly after the clinical success of the first murine therapeutic antibody licensed in 1985 (muromomab-CD3), the first limits of the therapeutic use of antibodies deriving from hybridoma technology appeared. Indeed, the nonhuman nature of these therapeutic antibodies makes them immunogenic when administrated to patients, which develop anti-drug antibodies (ADA). If repeated drug-administrations are needed, the immune response will accelerate the elimination of the drug, leading to a therapeutic failure, or in…

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