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Antibodies in the brain

Posted Jan 14 2009 8:25pm
PHYSORG.com
Published: 14:16 EST, May 19, 2008

Antibody development: A B-cell's recognition of a target structure quickly leads to the production of numerous antibodies ready to attack this target. Memory cells ensure a quick response in case the target reappears at a later time. B-cells which don’t recognize the target (here the cells 1 and n), don’t produce antibodies. Image: Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology


Antibody development: A B-cellacutes recognition of a target structure quickly leads to the production of numerous antibodies ready to attack this target. Memory cells ensure a quick response in case the target reappears at a later time. B-cells whic ...

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