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state two substances transported by blood other than antibodies

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One substance that is transported in the blood is oxygen and it is transported specifically in the red blood cells.
Blood also carries carbon dioxide
vitamins, all nutrients,

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exactly, it carries carbon dioxide and oxigen through the hemoglobin protein. you can gather, it is a transport protein. SEE the Bohr Effect. also lipids through the chylomicrons, these are also transport molecules with different proportion of proteins and cholesterol, according to what type.
I add metabolic waste to the list. Cells need blood to transport harmful molecules away as much as they need blood to transport necessary molecules to them.

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