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Notes - CQ Innate Immunity A Is a specialized immune response B Is a generalized immune response C Involves internal defenses only D Involves

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February 26, 2008 CQ: Innate Immunity A) Is a specialized immune response B) Is a generalized immune response C) Involves internal defenses only D) Involves external defenses only E) Involves the production of specific antibodies to an infection Cytokines are a general protein involved in innate and acquired immune systems Lymphocytes o Respond to particular invaders o 100,000 identical antigen receptors B-lymphocytes (B cells) o Humoral response o Attack free-living invaders in bodily fluids T-lymphocytes (T cells) o Cell-mediated response o Deal with invasions that have already been integrated into the cells Antigen o Anti body-generator Antibodies o Proteins produced by B cells o Many B cells are stored in your lymph nodes and spleen T cells o Cytotoxic T cell o Helper T cell
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When you have a phagocytotic cell Humoral immune response o Activation and clonal selection of B cells o Free bacteria, toxins and viruses o Humoral mean—antibodies in the immune system response
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2009 for the course EBIO 1220 taught by Professor Demig-addams during the Spring '07 term at Colorado.

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Notes - CQ Innate Immunity A Is a specialized immune response B Is a generalized immune response C Involves internal defenses only D Involves

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