2it bad monoclonal antibody 170
- an immunoconjugate of a metal chelator, 2it bad (2 iminothiolane 2 [p (bromoacetamido)benzyl] 1,4,7,10 tetraazacyclododecane n,n',n",n"' tetraacetic acid), and a panadenocarcinoma murine monoclonal antibody (moab) m170. Moab m170 recognizes muc 1 antigen present on the surface of many adenocarcinomas. 2it bad moab m170 can readily chelate any radioisotope and be used in diagnostic procedures or in the treatment of muc 1 expressing adenocarcinomas.
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