Data from: Lineage tracing of human B cells reveals the in vivo landscape of human antibody class switching

Felix Horns, Christopher Vollmers, Derek Croote, Sally F. Mackey, Gary E. Swan, Cornelia L. Dekker, Mark M. Davis & Stephen R. Quake
Antibody class switching is a feature of the adaptive immune system which enables diversification of the effector properties of antibodies. Even though class switching is essential for mounting a protective response to pathogens, the in vivo patterns and lineage characteristics of antibody class switching have remained uncharacterized in living humans. Here we comprehensively measured the landscape of antibody class switching in human adult twins using antibody repertoire sequencing. The map identifies how antibodies of every...
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