2 edition of outline of bacteriology and immunity. found in the catalog.
outline of bacteriology and immunity.
Previous ed. 1956.
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For most of these functions, antibodies also provide an important link between adaptive specific immunity and innate nonspecific immunity. Neutralization involves the binding of certain antibodies (IgG, IgM, or IgA) to epitopes on the surface of pathogens or toxins, preventing their attachment to cells.
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