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immunity, lymphatic system, anatomy


largest antibody molecule; efficient in combining with large particulate antigen


antibodies in respiratory/ gastrointestinal/ mucous membranes/ secretions; combines with ingested/ inhaled antigens and prevents their absorption


surface of B-cells; prong-attaching antigen receptors which produce antibodies


principal antibody molecule formed from most infectious agents; combines with antigens & activates complement


present normally in small amounts in the blood; amounts increase in the blood of allergic persons


small groups of identical B cells or T cells, produced during adaptive immunity

Immunoglobulins / Antibodies

aka gamma globulins; proteins produced by the plasma cells derived from B lymphocytes

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