Human Immune System Identifies Foreign Objects with Immunoglobulin

Published Jul 21 


Anjali Pawar
By Anjali Pawar

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Human Immune System Identifies Foreign Objects with Immunoglobulin

Glycoproteins called immunoglobulins are made by plasma or white blood cells. Immunoglobulins recognise and bind to certain antigens, such as bacteria and viruses, aiding in their destruction and playing a critical role in the immune system's defence. In order for the body to be able to fight off a variety of immunological disorders, Immunoglobulin must be administered in a variety of methods to a large number of individuals.


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