What is the meaning of receptor repertoire?
Our DNA encodes many different types of receptors. Since just
about every cell of the body contains the exact same DNA, you would
think that all would have the same set of receptors too. But while
every cell does have the DNA necessary to make any receptor, each
cell only makes the receptors that are specific to its particular
cell type. The receptors made by a specific cell type are
collectively called that cell's receptor repertoire.