antibodies are made in the hemoglobin of the blood
Most of the antibodies in the body are made of lipids. This is one of the main functions of the lipids in the body.
Antibodies are not made of enzymes. Although they are both made of proteins, these substances have different structures and therefore have different functions
Antibodies aren't made up of nutrients exactly, but are made of protein (different in structure from the protein you eat).
Antibodies are made from y-shaped proteins by white blood, plasma cells.
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Yes. Antibodies are made in response to pathogens. The antibodies are made by WBCs. These antibodies are a "match" to the pathogen. The next time the body is attacked by this pathogen, the antibody response will be much faster and a person will recover much sooner.
Anti-venene is made by injecting a small amount of the venom in question into an animal. That animal produces antibodies to fight the venom. The blood of the animal is then drawn out and the antibodies extracted. These antibodies are the anti-venene.
The are made up of globulin protein and so called immunoglobulin
No, Kidneys only filter waste from the blood. Antibodies are made by special kinds of white blood cells to.
Antibodies are produced by:Cytotoxic T cells.Helper T cells.Suppressor T cells.Plasma cells.B memory cells.IgE antibodies are made by dander cells
If you have been exposed to the virus that causes H1N1 Pandemic Swine Flu, either from having had the flu or from getting a vaccination for it, then your body will have made antibodies to the virus, as long as you have a healthy immune system. Once your body has made antibodies to that virus, you are immune to the disease if exposed in the future, as long as it is the exact same virus and not a mutated form of it. This immunity is provided by the previously made antibodies.
Anitibodies are made from white blood cells called, B lymphocytes
They are all proteins (made up of different amino acids).
Leukocytes make antibodies.
Bacteria are made less harmful with antibodies by either killing the bacterium outright, or by weakening the bacterial production and letting the body's natural systems destroy the bacteria.
Antibodies are proteins made of amino acid subunits. Carbon, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen and sulfur are a few of the basic elements making up amino acids.
Your body makes antibodies every time you get a disease. If the measles enter your body again, you will have antibodies already made to attack them.