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Antibody Market Growth 2021-2030(Healthcare Industry)


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  • Author Name: Jordan Knight
Editor: Jordan Knight Last Updated: 24-Feb-2021 announces the publication of its most recently generated research report titled, “Global Antibody Market by Product Type (Monoclonal Antibodies, Polyclonal Antibodies, & Antibody-drug Complexes (ADCs)), By End-User (Hospitals, Long-term Care Facilities, & Research Institutes) and by Region – Global Forecast to 2030”, which offers a holistic view of the global antibody market through systematic segmentation that covers every aspect of the target market. The global antibody market is projected to be US$ 155,380 Mn in 2020 to reach US$ 300,777.2 Mn by 2028 at a CAGR of 8.5%.

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Antibodies (also called immunoglobulins) are secreted by B cells to neutralize antigens, such as bacteria and viruses. Generally, all antibodies have the same Y-shaped molecular structure of four polypeptides, with two heavy chains and two light chains. Each Y-terminal is composed of a para-tope (a lock-like structure) specific to a specific epitope (similar to a bond) on the antigen so that these structures can be accurately combined. The ability to bind antigens has led to its widespread use in various life sciences and medicine. According to the way antibodies are produced from lymphocytes, these antibodies are divided into monoclonal and polyclonal. Each of them plays a vital role in the immune system, treatment, and diagnostic tests.