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Immunoglobulin Genes and Recombination – Lymphocyte Development

by Peter Delves, PhD
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    The lecture Immunoglobulin Genes and Recombination – Lymphocyte Development by Peter Delves, PhD is from the course Adaptive Immune System. It contains the following chapters:

    • The Immunoglobulin Genes
    • Genetic Recombination of the Heavy Chain

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    2. 27
    3. 9
    4. 6
    5. 5
    1. Kappa and Lamda
    2. Alpha and Beta
    3. Lambda and Mu
    4. Kappa and Beta
    5. Kappa and Mu
    1. The light chain gene segments do not have a Diversity segment
    2. The light chains gene segments show much great diversity
    3. The light chain gene segments are longer and more complicated
    4. The light chain gene segments have a shorter variable region
    5. The light chain gene segments are not necessary in order to have a complete immunoglobulin
    1. Create antigen receptors that can recognize each individual antigen in a specific way
    2. Combat antigens that are antibiotic resistant
    3. Create antigen receptors that do not attack the host
    4. Create an IgM and IgD that combat different antigens
    5. Create a variable region that differs between light chains and heavy chains
    1. Hypervariable Regions
    2. Diversity Regions
    3. Leading Regions
    4. Constant Regions
    5. Joining Regions

    Author of lecture Immunoglobulin Genes and Recombination – Lymphocyte Development

     Peter Delves, PhD

    Peter Delves, PhD


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