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How Are Some Human Body Cells Specialized To Stop Bacteria Entering It?

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Antibodies are made by the immune system to clamp down and bacteria and kill them, preventing you from getting ill often. The strength of your immune system depends on what kind of person you are.

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Your body makes antibodies which then your immune system gets use to and fights the disease off easily the next time you get it.
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White blood cells help because they stop the infection from coming in and take in all the  bacteria away and also antibodies :)
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Well a type of sauce produced by the fanny goes upwards to fight the infection by reproducing with the infection. Hope it helps :)

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