catalytic antibody
(= abenzyme)
Antibody raised against a transition-state analogue (eg. a phosphate analogue of a carboxylic acid ester transition state) that can then catalyse the analogous chemical reaction, though not as effectively as a true enzyme.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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