hybridoma

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hybridoma

[‚hī·brə′dō·mə]
(immunology)
A hybrid myeloma formed by fusing myeloma cells with lymphocytes that produce a specific antibody; the individual cells can be cloned, and each clone produces large amounts of identical (monoclonal) antibody.