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The immune complex: possible ways of regulating the antibody response.
Heyman B. Heyman B. Immunol Today. 1990 Sep;11(9):310-3. doi: 10.1016/0167-5699(90)90126-t. Immunol Today. 1990. PMID: 2206276 Review.
B cells express antigen, Fc and complement receptors on their surfaces and can thus bind all three components of an immune complex. In addition to the direct effects that they exert on cells, immune complexes may affect localization, presentation and digestion of antigen.
B cells express antigen, Fc and complement receptors on their surfaces and can thus bind all three components of an immune complex. I
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