The human body is capable of synthesising more than a million different kinds of immunoglobulin molecules, each capable of reacting with a different antigen, but all of them appear to share the same fundamental quaternary (globular) structure. Typically, an immunoglobulin molecule is a Y-shaped heteromer and composed of two identical heavy (H) polypeptide chains and […]
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