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Antibodies are produced by Plasma B cells.

They are also known as Effector B cells or plasmocytes.

These plasma cells are B Lymphocytes that are specialized to produce antibodies in response to an antigen.
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1. B Cells produce antibodies.  When the naive B cells attack the antigen and bind with the antigen, produces plasma cells and memory cells... Again the plasma cells are divided into antibodies...

2. These antibodies having effector function to fight against antigen hence they are involved in humoral mediated immune response...

3. Memory cells are involved in keeping memory when the person again attacked by same disease....

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