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Immunoglobulin Formation and Function in Different Tissues

  • Joseph F. Heremans
Part of the Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology book series (CT MICROBIOLOGY, volume 45)

Abstract

There is no reason to doubt that textbooks of immunology are correct when they teach that the immune response to antigenic stimulation is a reaction in which all the lymphatic tissues of the body have their share. However, work initiated shortly after the turn of the century and gaining increasing momentum in recent years has brought to light that nearly all individual tissues and organs, when confronted with an antigen, display the capacity to set up their own local immune response which is largely independent of the systemic reaction.

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Mammary Gland Aqueous Humor Immune Globulin Gamma Globulin Nasal Secretion 
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