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Lines of defense The Antigen
By: Tytianna Brown
Yay!! I'm ready! ahhh!
Be careful of the germs. Don't put your mouth on the seat sister!
I feel quite bad. My throat is inflamed and I have thick mucus.
The next night
I need what? *cough*
I told her about the germs.
An antibody, is a large Y-shaped protein made by B- cells to detect foreign bacteria and viruses. I'm trying to figure out if we need a non-specific defense which is the general ways that we prevent foreign materials from infecting us. or a specific defense which is protecting against some parasite genotypes but not all. Your skin and nose hairs protects you from antigen. Your mucus is shielding your nasal cavity from antigens. The inflammation in your throat means that it's trying to repair tissue repair and new cells, from the damage the bacteria.
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