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The black ops of antibodies: being torn apart for every right occasion

The black ops of antibodies: being torn apart for every right occasion

Medicomunicare Magazine | Health and Medical News
Antibodies (immunoglobulins, Ig) are a special class of glycoproteins presented on the surface of B cells as membrane-bound receptors and in blood serum and tissue fluid as soluble molecules. Antibodies are the most important factors of specific humoral immunity. Antibodies are relatively large glycoproteins consisting of two identical heavy (H) chains, a hinge region, the
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