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 An antibody is a component of the immune system that binds to a corresponding antigen with high specificity, similar to the relationship of a key to a keyhole. An antibody can recognize a wide variety of biological and chemical substances as antigens. This recognition function of antibodies is useful for the analysis and enrichment of cells, diagnostics, and clinical treatments, and is thus an essential tool for the field of biosciences.