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Complement factor c1q binds to the constant Fc portion of an antibody (Duncan & Winter, 1988). Indeed, the constant (Fc) tail of the antibody is where other proteins involved in immune responses typically bind, most notably the Fc receptors (e.g., Clynes et al., 2000) found on immune cells such as B lymphocytes. Fc receptors mediate the recruitment of ...


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I found some reports on it (like reference 1) but there is an oddly little amount of publications on this topic. then I found this review in Mucosal Immunology (reference 2, interesting to read) which doubts this activation. It says: Interaction with complement IgA lacks the residues identified in the Fc regions of IgG or IgM that bind to C1q, and ...



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