hybridoma A type of hybrid cell that is produced by the fusion of a tumour cell (a myeloma cell) with a normal antibody-producing B cell (see cell fusion). The resulting hybrid cell line is able to produce large amounts of normal antibody, which is described as monoclonal (see monoclonal antibody) as it results from a cloned cell line.
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