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cel -mediated immunity T Cel s antibody-mediated immunity B Cel s Lymphocytes largest most ef ective phagocytic cel Macrophages Monocytes Angranylocytes - Do not contain largle granules act in inflammination, release chemicals, eg. histamine Basophils combat eukaryotic parasites Eosinophils most numerous WBS Neutrophils Granulocytes - Contain granules WBS (Leukocytes) - prevent infection Platelets (Thrombocytes) - blood clot ing RBS (Erythrocytes) - transport oxygen Blood Components Has ability to provoke immune response Cel wal /glycocalyx Bacteria HLA Proteins MHC Proteins glycoproteins Humans Antigens Markers Misc. delay al ergic rxn Delayed hypersensitivity T-Cel s limit immunse response Suppressor T-Cel s First to make contact w/ Antigen stimulatory by entire immune system Helper T-Cel s (CD4) neutralize cel s containing antigens Cytotoxic T-Cel s (CD8) Types D: intracel ular bacteria, and viruses, and eukaryotic invaders This instructs B-Cel s and other T-Cel s to become activated This communicates with other cel s in immune system This activates Helper T-Cel to release interleukin-2 Stimulate APC to release interleukin-1 Activated by antigen Helper T-Cel Response
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2008 for the course BIO 315 taught by Professor Schmidt during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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