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Chapter 33: Adaptive Immunity Exam 2
Patton: Anatomy and Physiology
Terms in this set (14)
B cell mechanisms are classified as _____ immunity.
Macromolecules that induce the immune system to make certain responses are called:
become plasma cells when exposed to an antigen.
The constant region of the light chain in an antibody consists of _____ amino acids.
An immunoglobulin, or antibody molecule, consists of _____ heavy and _____ light
The antibody normally constituting the highest percentage of antibodies in the blood is:
The antibody produced after initial contact with an antigen is:
The antibody commonly found in tears and saliva is:
The function of which antibody is basically unknown?
The antibody associated with allergic reaction is:
The major class of antibody present in the mucous membranes of the body is:
The predominant antibody of a secondary response is:
The most abundant circulating antibody, the one that normally makes up about 75% of all the
antibodies in the blood, is:
Complement can best be described as a(n):
enzyme in blood.
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