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To reach target antigens in the gut lumen, IgA produced in the tissue must be transported across the endothelium.
This is accomplished by
secretory IgA passing through the tight junctions.
B cells directly crossing the epithelial barrier.
epithelial cells expressing polymeric immunoglobulin receptor.
dendritic cells pushing IgA through the epithelium on their processes.