Recirculating and germinal center B cells differentiate into cells responsive to polysaccharide-antigens
Antibodies against bacterial capsular polysaccharides play a critical protective role. Responses to these antigens can occur without the help or control of T cells and are associated with marginal zone (MZ) B cells. Capsular antigens are diverse and some
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