anonymous
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. (4 points) If a doctor wanted to run a blood test to determine whether or not a person was immune to the measles virus, would they need to look for measles antigens or measles antibodies? explain your answer please
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anonymous
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@tkhunny
18jonea
  • 18jonea
Antigens are what stimulate the immune reaction. They are foreign. Antibodies are what your body makes to bind to and thus inactivate the antigen.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks @18jonea

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tkhunny
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You'all should study together. Seems like useful things going on, here. :-)
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yeah im new to openstudy is there a way that i can just connect to biology people @tkhunny ?

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