Antibody

An antibody, also called immunoglobulin, is a protein produced by the body’s immune system in response to the detection of the presence of a perceived foreign substance. This substance, called antigen, can be a bacterium, a parasite, or even molecules like proteins. The antibodies recognise antigens and latch onto them in order to remove them from the human body. Each antibody matches a unique antigen.

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