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Preventing infection at mucosal  surfaces B cells and T cells commit to mucosal  lymphoid tissues after they encounter  their specific antigen Effector lymphocytes activated in any  one mucosal tissue recirculate through  all mucosal tissues © Garland Science 2009
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Preventing infection at mucosal  surfaces B cells and T cells commit to mucosal  lymphoid tissues after they encounter  their specific antigen Effector lymphocytes activated in any  one mucosal tissue recirculate through  all mucosal tissues
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Unformatted text preview: Garland Science 2009 Preventing infection at mucosal surfaces Dimeric IgA binds pathogens at various sites in mucosal tissues Two subclasses of IgA have complementary properties for controlling microbial populations Garland Science 2009 Preventing infection at mucosal surfaces Dimeric IgA binds pathogens at various sites in mucosal tissues Two subclasses of IgA have complementary properties for controlling microbial populations Garland Science 2009...
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2010 for the course MMG 451 taught by Professor Brooks during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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