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Title: : Immunoglobulins: Structure and Function


1
????????? ???????? ??????? ???????? Immunoglobuli
ns Structure and Function
2
ImmunoglobulinsStructure and Function
  • ?????
  • Definition Glycoprotein molecules that are
    produced by plasma cells in response to an
    immunogen and which function as antibodies

3
General Functions of Immunoglobulins
  • Ag binding ???????? ?????????
  • Can result in protection ?????
  • Valency ???? ???????

??????? ???????
  • Effector functions
  • Fixation of complement ????? ??????
  • Binding to various cells ???????? ????????

(Usually require Ag binding)
4
???????? ???????? Basic Immunoglobulin Structure
  • Immunoglobulins - heterogeneous
  • Polyclonal
    antibody
  • Myeloma proteins - homogeneous immunoglobulins
  • Monoclonal
    antibody

5
??????? Immunoglobulin Structure
???????
???????
  • Heavy Light Chains ?????
  • Disulfide bonds ????? ?????????
  • Inter-chain
  • Intra-chain

6
????? ??????? Immunoglobulin Structure
  • Variable Constant Regions
  • VL CL
  • VH CH
  • Hinge Region
  • ????? ???????

??????? ???????? ????????
7
Immunoglobulin Structure
  • Domains ?????????
  • VL CL
  • VH CH1 - CH3 (or CH4)
  • Oligosaccharides
  • ??????? ??????? ????????? CDR

complimentarity determining regions (CDR)
8
IgG molecule
Used with permission from Dr. Mike Clark,
Immunology Division, Department of Pathology
Cambridge University, Cambridge, England
9
????? ??????? ???????? Structure of the Variable
Region
  • Hypervariable (HVR) or complimentarity
    determining regions (CDR)
  • Framework regions

10
????? ?????????? ???????? Immunoglobulin
Fragments Structure/Function Relationships
??????? ??? ??????? / ???????
  • Fab
  • Ag binding
  • Valence 1
  • Specificity determined by VH and VL
  • Fc
  • Effector functions

11
Immunoglobulin Fragments Structure/Function
Relationships
12
Immunoglobulin Fragments Structure/Function
Relationships
  • Fab
  • Ag binding
  • Fc
  • Effector functions
  • F(ab)2

13
????? ????????? ???????? Human Immunoglobulin
Classes
  • IgG - Gamma (?) heavy chains
  • IgM - Mu (?) heavy chains
  • IgA - Alpha (?) heavy chains
  • IgD - Delta (?) heavy chains
  • IgE - Epsilon (?) heavy chains

14
??? ????? ????????? ???????? ?? ??????? Human
Immunoglobulin Subclasses
  • IgG Subclasses
  • IgG1 - Gamma 1 (?1) heavy chains
  • IgG2 - Gamma 2 (?2) heavy chains
  • IgG3 - Gamma 3 (?3) heavy chains
  • IgG4 - Gamma 4 (?4) heavy chains
  • IgA subclasses
  • IgA1 - Alpha 1 (?1) heavy chains
  • IgA2 - Alpha 2 (?2) heavy chains

15
Human Immunoglobulin Light Chain Types
  • Kappa (?) 60 ?? ???????
  • Lambda (?) 40
  • Kappa 95 ??
    ?????
  • Lambda 5

16
Human Immunoglobulin Light Chain Subtypes
  • Lambda light chains
  • Lambda 1 (?1)
  • Lambda 2 (?2)
  • Lambda 3 (?3)
  • Lambda 4 (?4)

17
Immunoglobulins
  • Nomenclature
  • IgM (kappa)
  • IgA1(lambda 2)
  • IgG
  • Heterogeneity

18
IgG
  • Structure
  • Monomer (7S) ????? ?????

19
IgG
  • Structure
  • Properties
  • Major serum Ig 80
  • Major Ig in extravascular spaces ????????
  • Placental transfer Does not require Ag binding
    (? IgG2)
  • Fixes complement (? IgG4)
  • Binds to Fc receptors (? IgG2, IgG4)
  • Phagocytes - opsonization
  • K cells - ADCC

20
IgM
  • Structure
  • Pentamer (19S)
  • Extra domain (CH4)
  • J chain
  • S ???? ???????

?????
21
IgM
  • Structure
  • Properties
  • 3rd highest serum Ig
  • First Ig made by fetus and B cells
  • Fixes complement

22
IgM
  • Structure
  • Properties
  • 3rd highest serum Ig
  • First Ig made by fetus and B cells
  • Fixes complement
  • Agglutinating Ig
  • Binds to Fc receptors
  • B cell surface Ig

23
IgA
  • Structure
  • Serum - monomer
  • Secretions (sIgA)
  • Dimer (11S)
  • J chain
  • Secretory component

24
Origin of Secretory Component of sIgA
25
IgA
  • Structure
  • Properties
  • 2nd highest serum Ig
  • Major secretory Ig (Mucosal or Local Immunity)
  • Tears, saliva, gastric and pulmonary secretions

26
IgD
  • Structure
  • Monomer
  • Tail piece

27
IgD
  • Structure
  • Properties
  • 4th highest serum Ig
  • B cell surface Ig

28
IgE
  • Structure
  • Monomer
  • Extra domain (CH4)

29
IgE
  • Structure
  • Properties
  • Least common serum Ig
  • Binds to basophils and mast cells (Does not
    require Ag binding)
  • Allergic reactions
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