Antibodies type G
As immunoglobulin G is called a subclass of antibodies. IgG make up approximately 80% of total immunoglobulins or antibodies . IgG antibodies are the most important class. They circulate in the plasma and are present in body secretions. Their main tasks are the agglutination neutralization of antigens. IgG activate the complement system. IgG in the immune response of the human organism, the antibodies of the secondary answer. IgG are present as monomers in the free form. Their molecular weight is 150 kDa. IgG consists of two heavy and two light chains. The chains are linked via disulfide bonds. IgG can be differentiated by their biochemical properties in 4 other subclasses.