(it might not be a chem question, but i'm just giving it a shot)
i'm trying to see mixing with what will clumb with type A blood cells.
the answer was antibodies isolated from the serum of a type B patient and treated with papain.
i understand why it's anti B antibodies, but i picked treated with pepsin. what's the difference between pepsin and papain. i know they cut below and above the disulfide bond respectively, but that doestn' help me solve the question does it?