Lymphatic System

Specific Defenses

What are plasma cells?

Plasma cells are large, antibody-producing cells that are derived from B cells. Each plasma cell that is derived from a single B cell manufactures millions of identical antibodies to fight the antigen (virus, microbe, or other foreign tissue/substance).


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