Subject: Why do the bacteria not make antibodies against your own blood type?
Date: Tue Mar 27 19:27:29 2001
Posted by Dawn
Grade level: teacher/prof
City: El Reno State/Province: OK
Area of science: Immunology
I have read the explanation of how you come to have anti-B antibodies even if
you have never been exposed to antigen B. What I am asking is what keeps your
body from making antibodies against your own blood type, assuming everyone has
the same bacteria in the GI system, should they not all make the same
Re: Why do the bacteria not make antibodies against your own blood type?
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