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HW_Ch 33 - Chapter 33 HW MCQ 1 The immune system normally...

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Chapter 33: HW MCQ: 1) The immune system normally discriminates between __________ antigens. A. self and nonself B. B and T cells C. humoral and cell-mediated D. primary and secondary response 2) T cells attack A. host cells that have been parasitized by microorganisms. B. transplanted tissue cells from one host to another. C. cancer cells. D. all of the choices 3) T cells produce and secrete factors which do not directly interact with invading microorganisms but which augment the body's defense mechanisms. These molecules are called 4) An immune complex resulting from an interaction of antibody with whole cells or particles which becomes visible as clumps is known as
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