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Monoclonal antibodies target antigens expressed by leukemic cells, making them more selective than chemotherapy. Antibodies can induce the innate immune response to destroy AML cells, or block key extracellular sites such as receptors to induce cancer cell death. In AML, target antigens include CD33, CD45, CD47, and CD123.