Adaptive immunity bcrtcr are restricted to b and t

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Unformatted text preview: rather holds up the antigen externally for passing B cells. It captures antigen complement complexes and displays for B cells to which they can ligate. This is another event in the maturation of the b cell. Complement in the T cell continuum The role of immune complex formation in turning off the t cell arm of the adaptive immune response. Once you’ve expanded the t cells, you want to get rid of most except memory. Done via regulatory t cells. Immune complex formation has a role to play in tha...
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