In Race to Supply Smallest Antibodies, Cows Outpace Camelids

Move over camelid-derived antibodies. The prize for smallest clinically relevant antibody fragment goes to the bovine-derived knob domain, a novel peptide molecule with low molecular weight (4–6 kDa) and an abundance of disulfide bonds offering intrinsic rigidity and thermal stability.

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