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Secondary Antibodies Anti D immunoglobulin D (lgD) 22nd November 2021

What is anti D immunoglobulin D (lgD)? Immunoglobulin anti-D (lgD) secondary antibodies or Immunoglobulin D (lgD) is a monomeric antibody isotype that is expressed on the plasma membranes of immature B-lymphocytes. Anti-D immunoglobulin (lgD) is also produced in a secreted form found in small amounts in blood serum. The secreted IgD consists of two heavy chains of the delta class and two light chains. The function of IgD has long been an enigma and is… Continue reading
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Secondary Antibodies Immunoglobulin M (lgM) 2nd November 2021

Immunoglobulin M (lgM) Secondary antibody "Immunoglobulin M" (lgM) is the largest antibody and is the first antibody to appear in response to initial exposure to an antigen. Immunoglobulin M (IgM) is made up of five or six units (i.e. mostly pentamers, but also hexamers), each of which is composed of two heavy chains (mu chains) and two light chains, linked together by disulfide bonds and a chain called J. Immunoglobulin M (IgM) is present on… Continue reading