Smaller, Better, Faster, Stronger: the “Antibodies” of the Future | Antibodies Mini-Series Part 3

These days, we’re pretty good at harnessing the power of antibodies for medicines and as molecular tools, but they do have some drawbacks. So, cutting-edge researchers are hoping to develop smaller and more stable alternatives, and they’re willing to try just about anything from chopping antibodies up to creating plastic mimics!

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