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Pathogens will cause the body to produce antibodies.

Pathogens are organisms that cause disease. Pathogens include bacteria,viruses,and fungi.

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What substance causes the body to produce antibodies?

Antigens cause the body to produce antibodies.

A substance that causes the body to produce antibodies?

Antigens cause the body to produce antibodies.

Substance that causes the body to produce antibodies?

Fresh fruit is a very good way to help your body produce antibodies. There is a juice called "naked" that is very good for this. Herbal teas are also very helpful.

How often does the immune system produce antibodies?

When a foreign substance enters the body.

Which class of antibodies causes allergies?

A class of antibodies that cause allergies are allergens. Allergens are a foreign substance that causes an allergic reaction in the body.

Antigens and antibodies?

An antigen is a substance recognized as foreign by the body and that triggers the body's white blood cells to produce antibodies. An antibody is a substance secreted by white blood cells to neutralize invaders.

How does the body produce antibodies?

The body starts producing antibodies when it detects an antigen.

Do viruses produce antibodies?

No, your body produces antibodies to the virus. :)

What causes the increase of lymphocytes in a person?

When you're sick your body produces lymphocytes because they produce antibodies.

What substance causes antibodies to be released?

Any particle which is consider as a foreign or allian organism by the body are known as antigen and the proteins whcih are formed against them are called antibodies

What is the difference between antigen and antibodies?

Antigen is a substance that can induce the generation of antibodies, any substance that can induce immune response. Antibody is a protective protein produced by the body in response to an antigen.

Are antibodies organisms that produce infection?

No, antibodies are produced by your body to fight infection.

What does your body produce when you receive a vaccine?


Vaccines are introduced into the body to produce?


What do vaccines do in your body?

Produce antibodies for perticular disease

What does your body produce when it feels threatened with germs?


What is the difference between antibodies and antigens?

Antibodies are proteins that help protect the body against foreign materials. Antibodies can be seen as the fighters for the body. While Antigens are the actual particles or substances that activate the antibodies.

Activated lymphocytes that produce antibodies are?

B lymphocytes are the cells that secrete the antibodies in response to infection in body.

What would happen if your body could not produce enough antibodies?

If your body could not produce antibodies, it would not be able to fight infection. This could cause death in the event that you became sick.

What causes the body to produce antibodies?

B cells, about one-eighth of the circulating lymphocytes, mature into plasma cells. Plasma cells are responsible for the production and secretion of antibodies, soluble proteins that are also known as immunoglobulins.

What is the substance that stimulates the body to release antibodies?

Anything that the body finds an unsuitable foreign substance. This is a bit of a silly question, deary. It is not "the" substance but many substances.

How do antibodies and antibiotics differ?

Antibodies are produced by your body to attack any foreign substance that invades your body. Antibiotics are external chemicals that kill germs or help your body fight them.

What substance is used to fight antibodies in the body?

It would be a bad idea to fight antibodies since that is what your body produces to trigger an immune response to an invading organism.

Must the human body become sick to produce antibodies against a pathogen?

No. Many organisms are harmless, and the body will produce antibodies since the organisms are seen as foreign. Many pathogens (harmful organisms) may not cause significant disease in many people. An example would be the poliovirus - in some people it causes paralysis; in others it causes minor illness, in others it causes no symptoms. In all cases, the person develops antibodies. Vaccination exposes the person to the antigens without the pathogen being present, and so antibodies are formed before the exposure, and this process does not result in illness.

Which substance can form in the human body due to invaders entering the blood?


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