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Antibody Polymers and Antibody Binding to Antigens – Humoral Immunity

by Peter Delves, PhD
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    The lecture Antibody Polymers and Antibody Binding to Antigens – Humoral Immunity by Peter Delves, PhD is from the course Humoral Immunity and Cell-Mediated Immunity. It contains the following chapters:

    • Antibody Polymers
    • Antibody Binding to Antigens

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    1. 45-250 mg/dL
    2. 620-1,400 mg/dL
    3. 80-350 mg/dL
    4. <8 mg/dL
    5. <0.04 mg/dL
    1. Secretory IgA
    2. Cell surface IgM
    3. IgE
    4. IgD
    5. IgG
    1. A decrease in circulating IgM
    2. A decrease in IgE response
    3. An increase in secretory IgA
    4. A decrease in cell surface IgM
    5. A decrease in circulating IgA
    1. Larger antigens have more epitopes that multiple antibodies can recognize and bind to
    2. Large antigens have less variability in their amino acid sequence, making it easier for antibodies to bind to them
    3. Larger antigens have bind with more affinity to antibodies
    4. Larger antigens are recognized by more isotypes of the immunoglobulin heavy chain
    5. Larger antigens can be presented more effectively by Dendritic cells

    Author of lecture Antibody Polymers and Antibody Binding to Antigens – Humoral Immunity

     Peter Delves, PhD

    Peter Delves, PhD


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