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Here's a couple:
If you treat an Ig with Pepsin it can still agglutinate.
Gene rearrangement for heavy chain production:
At a party, first you meet the DJ, then you get the VD.
D-J gene joining comes first, then V-DJ joining and at the end VDJ-C
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Wiskott- Aldrich Syndrome (WAS) - triad- W-Weeping skin lesions- eczema
A- Absent platelets- thrombocytopenia
S- Severe immunodef. of B and T cells
transplants that DO NOT require immunosuppression-
these organs lack lymphatic channels.... hence no chance of antigens reaching sec. lymphoid organs for rejection.
question please any one help in this question:
Is it possible that your blood type change like from type O to type B????
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