Blood - 14:12 Slide11(middle Start&...

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14:12 Slide 11(middle) Neutrophil : small phagocyte; very fast responding; not really effective of  caring of large potent antigens Eosinophil : Converts allergic reactions; help form an antihistamine o Histamines : compound that causes vessels to dilate- fluid float more  freely o Antihistamines : compress this vessel o Antibody : generic term for any foreign invader o Antigen-antibody complex :  Basophil : fights allergic reactions; can create/become mast cells o Mast cells : secrete heparin(anticoagulate) Monocyte : become (tissue) macrophage- life span 10-20 hours; slow  activator Lymphoid stem cells Begin in myeloid tissue and complete in lymphoid tissue B cell : involved in formation of the plasma cell(secrete antibodies) organs and tissue; aka killer cells- respond to specific antigens like 
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