Naive Library definition

Naive Library means an antibody library containing at least 109 transformants, containing both heavy and light chains, and used in initial screening to discover antibodies of interest against a given Target.

Examples of Naive Library in a sentence

Adimab will send Alector an invoice for the Naïve Discovery Delivery Fee at the time of Adimab’s delivery to Alector of sequences for an initial panel of Program Antibodies against the Target(s) for the Research Program following completion of the screening of the applicable Naïve Library for such Target(s) and Alector will pay such amount within [***] of receipt of such invoice.

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