Below a glossary has been put together by taking definitions from http://www.encyclopedia.com/.
Amino Acid - the building blocks of proteins.
Antibody - protein produced by the immune system in response to the presence in the body of antigens
Antigen - foreign proteins or polysaccharides such as bacteria, bacterial toxins, viruses, or other cells or proteins.
HAMA - Human Anti-mouse Antibodies, are immediately produce after an immune response, they seek out mouse made antibodies
and destroy them.
Hybridoma - the result of fusing a normally short-lived, antibody-producing B cell to a fast-growing cell, such as a cancer
cell, which can be cloned to produce an unlimited amount of antibody.
Lymphocyte - a particular type of white blood corpuscle; B lymphocytes arise in bone marrow; lymphocytes in the thymus
develop into T-cells.
Monoclonal Antibody - an antibody that is mass produced in the laboratory from a single clone and that recognizes only
Myeloma - a tumor of B lymphocyte cells arising in the bone marrow, cancerous.