Polyclonal antibodies are produced by immunizing a suitable mammal, such as a rabbit. A solution containing a specific antigen is injected into the mammal. An immune response is induced and the B- cells then produce a mixture of antibodies specific to this antigen. Polyclonal antibodies can then be purified from the mammal’s serum.
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