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Antigens versus Antibodies "KO'd in Round Three" The Third Line of Defense of the Human Immune System
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Seventh graders investigate antibodies, as the body's third line of defense against disease. They discover why antibodies do not defend the body against viruses and create a pantomime of the antibody/antigen/HIV relationship.
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