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Baeuerle and Raum present an extensive review of BsAbs in their article.  BsAbs are most commonly used for cancer immunotherapy where they are targeted to simultaneously bind to a cytotoxic cell as well as a target tumor cell to be destroyed. Targeting two antigens simultaneously can be a promising approach. This paper will include a review of the challenges associated with the manufacturing of BsAbs in mammalian cell cultures, and the strategies that can be implemented to overcome treatment challenges.
Monoclonal Antibodies (mAbs), once touted as the "magic bullets" of cancer care, are now fulfilling that promise and more advances are on the way,...