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Unformatted text preview: 2. Helper lymphocytes (Th) 3. Macrophages Helper T cells and macrophages both produce Cytokines/interleukins (protein hormones for white blood cells use to communicate with each other) Mechanism of Action Detect foreign antigens on cell membrane-Thymine and spleen produce white blood cells to fight disease and bone marrow.- Totipotent --- Know definition Development of Lymphocytes-Start out in the bone marrow or liver-Becomes a Lymphocyte stem cell-B Cells are involved in the Humoral Immunity-T Cells are involved in the Cell-Mediated Immunity Clonal Selection-Proteins go into your blood and bind to B cells-Ag acts as a mitogen-Mitogen a chemical that induced mitosis-What is left are memory cells-Antigen acts as a Mitogen Antibody Molecule-Consists of 2H (Heavy) and 2L (Light)-1 Ab molecule has: o 2H = Heavy Chain (high MW) o 2L = Light Chains (low MW) Developmental Biology...
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course BILD 10 taught by Professor Banks during the Fall '08 term at UCSD.
- Fall '08