Immunoglobulin Peer Review Journals

 Also known as antibodies or glycoprotein molecules which produced by the plasma cells and also, they act as a life-threatening part of the immune response by explicitly recognizing and binding to a specific antigen such as bacteria or viruses and aids in their destruction. The antibody immune response is extremely complex and exceedingly precise. The numerous immunoglobulin modules and sub modules differ in their biological features, structures, board specificity and distribution. Henceforth, the assessment of the immunoglobulin sub module provides the useful insight into intricate humoral immune response. Evaluation and information of immunoglobulin construction and programs are also important for its assortment, selection and preparation of antibodies as a gear for immunoassays and additional detection applications.  

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