Results for: Antibody

How does an antibody function?

An antibody is a protein that your body produces which binds to the  surface of a foreign body, like a bacteria or virus, and prevents  it from actively damaging your body. (MORE)

What does antibodies do?

Antibodies (also known as immunoglobulins, abbreviated Ig) are gamma globulin proteins that are found in blood or other bodily fluids of vertebrates, and are used by the immun (MORE)

What are antibodys?

Antibodies are special immune system cells that are matched to a specific virus. Once they attach to the virus, it is neutralized as a threat. Your body has to learn how to ma (MORE)

If you have antibody what you have to do?

Antibody are generated in our body due to attack of any foreign particle known as antigen. Antibodies are produced to provide immunity against that antigen so that if in futur (MORE)
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Is a vaccine an antibody?

No, antibodies are produced by your body as an immune response to  an outside threat. A vaccine is--or used to be--just a weakened  outside threat introduced internally so t (MORE)