Cytokines - Cytokines: hormone-like glycoproteins released...

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Cytokines o interleukins (IL-1 & IL-2) o include cell toxins (perforin), inflammatory factors - Specific T cell roles: o helper T cells (T H cells): in most cases, required for adaptive immune responses release cytokines that: activate B cells bound to certain antigens (T cell-dependent antigens) o cytotoxic T cells (T C cells): with recognized foreign antigen/MHC complex on cell surface mainly target virus-infected cells, but also target some bacteria, parasites, lymphotoxin) to lyse target APC (similar to complement lysis) o other T cells: suppressor T cells (T S cells)
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