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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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