Recombinant antibodies for therapy

Antibodies, also known as immunoglobulins (Ig), are supramolecular protein complexes that belong to the immune system. Antibodies are designed and produce by leucocytes (precisely, B cells) when foreign agents, such as bacteria, parasytes or viruses, invade our organism. Antibodies have the particular ability for recognizing and binding with great affinity these exogenous agents, so that