How can the human body produce 10^15 different types of antibodies when there are only 10^5 genes encoded in the human genome?

 Antibody genes are comprised of repeated exons that have a lot of variability and can therefore be assembled in different ways during mRNA processing
 Antibody diversity arises primarily from translational accidents
 People acquire new antibody genes during their lifetime through horizontal gene transfer
 Antibodies have their own unique genome (like mitochondria)
 This is not physically possible

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