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IgG: IgG is a type of antibody, substances that fight harmful pathogens and microorganisms that can invade the body and cause problems to health, such as infections. There are four types of IgG found in the blood, which create most of the body's antibody-based protection against harmful pathogens and microorganisms. IgG is also able to cross the placenta and protect a developing fetus against invading pathogens.
Conditions that can afflict IgG include IgG deficiency.
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