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polyclonal

 [pol″e-klōn´al]
derived from different cells; pertaining to several clones.

pol·y·clo·nal

(pol'ē-klō'năl),
In immunochemistry, pertaining to proteins (that is, antibodies) from more than a single clone of cells, in contradistinction to monoclonal.

polyclonal

/poly·clo·nal/ (-klōn´'l)
1. derived from different cells.
2. pertaining to several clones.

polyclonal

(pŏl′ē-klō′nəl)
adj.
Descended from more than one group of cells, especially of genetically different origins.

pol′y·clo′nal·ly adv.

polyclonal

[pol′ēklō′nəl]
Etymology: Gk, polys + klon, cutting
pertaining to or designating a group of cells or organisms derived from several cells. Compare monoclonal.

polyclonal

adjective Referring to or derived from two or more clones.

pol·y·clo·nal

(pol'ē-klō'năl)
immunochemistry Pertaining to proteins from more than a single clone of cells, in contradistinction to monoclonal.

polyclonal

derived from different cells; pertaining to several clones.

polyclonal antiserum
see polyclonal antibody.
polyclonal gammopathy
see polyclonal gammopathy.