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How does our skin protect us from pathogens?
The skin protects us from pathogens because it acts as a barrier between invade and your body.
What do our white blood cells do and how do they kill germs?
White blood cells produce antibodies that fight against pathogens in our bodies.
What is an antibody and how does it work?
An antibody is a protein produced by white blood cells that counteract with unknown substances in the body. When antibodies come in contact with the target, they fight against the pathogens in your body.
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