In what processes are the protective functions of proteins manifested, and what are these proteins?

1) The protective functions of protein antibodies are manifested in the body’s immune response to the penetration of antigens.
2) Blood proteins – prothrombin, thrombin, fibrin, fibrinogen are involved in blood coagulation, thereby stopping bleeding.

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