Antibodies once acted only as protein blockers. Now, scientists are finding new ways to make them protein destroyers

The first lab-made antibody medicine was approved in 1986 — it bound to an antigen known as CD3 on T cells and was meant to prevent kidney transplant rejection. While antibody technology improved, most antibodies were made as blocking agents, neutering clamps that attacked cells and proteins.

But then scientists...

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