Immune responses to viruses | British Society for Immunology
This binding serves many purposes in the eradication of the virus: Firstly, the antibodies neutralise the virus, meaning that it is no longer capable of infecting the host cell. Secondly, many antibodies can work together, causing virus particles to stick together in a process called agglutination. ...
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