Question? Can Science make Antibodies smaller? This way Antibodies can fit between the Major Capsid Protein of a virus with ease. Wouldn't it be easier for the Antibody to invade the virus if the Antibody were normal but much smaller than the Average Antibody so it could get past the Major Capsid Protein to take a Viral DNA Sample so that the Antibodies could send out their Immune response more efficiently? In order for the Antibodies to invade the Virus then it has to get past the Major Capsid Protein right?