Secretory IgA Antibody Responses after Immunization with Inactivated and Live Poliovirus Vaccine
Many defense factors are involved in protection of the mucous membranes, preventing adherence and penetration by potential pathogens (Hanson and Brandtzaeg, 1986, Walker, 1976). More than one-half of the lymphoid cells in the body are located close to the mucous membranes, where they produce secretory immunoglobulin A (SIgA), which is the main immunoglobulin in exocrine secretions.
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