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Immunoglobulin G1

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IgG1 is the most abundant subclass of IgG. It is able to activate complement, form immune complexes and facilitate phagocytosis by binding to macrophages.

It is abundant in the first year of life, and is therefore important in the resistance to infection of infants.

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