Bispecific antibodies (BsAbs) are synthetic proteins that can target two discrete epitopes from different antigens. Originally developed for cancer therapeutics, scientists now explore BsAb applications for the prevention and treatment of other diseases, as well as imaging and diagnostics. Several bispecific antibodies have already obtained regulatory approval, while hundreds more are in development. 

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