segment_4_overview_adaptive

segment_4_overview_adaptive - directly recognize (ie. bind)...

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4/28/10 The Adaptive Response involves: Clonal selection Clonal Expansion
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4/28/10 I nnate I mmunity Innate Barriers Innate Responses Adaptive Immunity: The elite troops are the lymphocytes. B cell
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4/28/10 B cells : § The antigen receptor (which is an antibody) can
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Unformatted text preview: directly recognize (ie. bind) antigen. 4/28/10 The antigen receptors on T cells bind to a complex of the foreign peptide (epitope) and the MHC protein molecule....
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