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Flawed Antibodies Might Be Producing Faulty Research Results

Scientific research is only as good as the tools used to carry out the experiments. So with one of the most common scientific tools reportedly working consistently only 49 percent of the time, many scientists are concerned. The tool? Custom-built antibodies. Like the antibodies produced naturally by the immune system in response to an invader such as a bacterium or virus, customized antibodies bind to specific molecular targets.
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