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Antibodies in our body are complex

  • lipoproteins

  • steroids

  • prostaglandins

  • glycoproteins

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glycoproteins

Antibodies are the proteins called (glycoproteins) called immunoglobulins.
These are produced by the lymphocytes in response to entry of a foreign substance or antigen into the body. Lipoproteins are the micellar complex of protein and lipids.

Steroids are a group of lipids derived from a saturated compounds cyclopentanoperhydrophenanthrene which has a nucleus of four rings.

Prostaglandin is a group of organic compounds derived from essential fatty acids and causing a range of physiological effects in animals.
Antibodies are the proteins called (glycoproteins) called immunoglobulins.
These are produced by the lymphocytes in response to entry of a foreign substance or antigen into the body. Lipoproteins are the micellar complex of protein and lipids.

Steroids are a group of lipids derived from a saturated compounds cyclopentanoperhydrophenanthrene which has a nucleus of four rings.

Prostaglandin is a group of organic compounds derived from essential fatty acids and causing a range of physiological effects in animals.