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  • When stimulated by an experimental mutagen, mutant B cells that lack TET2 and TET3 produce an overabundance of a class of antibody called IgM, whereas normal control B cells churned out more effective antibodies classified as IgG or
    La Jolla Institute for Immunology
    When stimulated by an experimental mutagen, mutant B cells that lack TET2 and TET3 produce an overabundance of a class of antibody called IgM, whereas normal control B cells churned out more effective antibodies classified as IgG or "gamma globulin".
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