polyclonal

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polyclonal

[‚päl·i′klō·nəl]
(immunology)
Pertaining to cells or molecules that arise from more than one clone.
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Polyclonal antiserum production was performed as described by Choi et al.
Consequently, it is not possible to predict the efficiency with which a given polyclonal antiserum will detect different antigenic epitopes of an immobilized, denatured target protein.
Identification of skate Muller cells was based on their morphological resemblance to cells previously shown to display positive staining using a polyclonal antiserum raised to chick glutamine synthetase, which selectively stains glial cells in the intact retina of skate and other vertebrates (11).
In parallel, immunohistochemical (IHC) testing was carried out on the cell cultures by using the avidin-biotin complex technique, with a polyclonal antiserum raised in mice against WNV antigens, for which cross-reactivity with Usutu virus had been demonstrated previously (1).
Moreover, a polyclonal antiserum has been raised against a portion of the N[H.
2] fragments instead of the complete IgG (26) or by use of a polyclonal antiserum against RF (27).
A polyclonal antiserum raised against the tail of cloned myosin I[Beta] also detected, on immunoblots, a 120-kD protein of similar abundance (T.
Figure 1 shows a transverse section of anemone tentacle stained with polyclonal antiserum raised to NF 200.
An IgG fraction of a goat polyclonal antiserum (International Enzymes, Inc.