Structure of an antibody

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How do variable regions relate to the function of antibodies.
Different antigens are have different complementary receptors.
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How do constant regions relate to the function of antibodies?
They allow receptor cells to bind.
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How does the hinge region relate to the function of antibodies?
Allows flexibility when the antibody binds to the antigen.
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How do disulphide bridges relate to the function of antibodies?
Hold polypeptide chains together.
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What is the function of antibodies
Bind to antigens and destroy foreign pathogens.
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