Unformatted text preview: and the formation of both memory cells and effector cells (antibody producing “plasma” B cells or cytotoxic T cells). 10. Explain why the secondary immune response – the response to an antigen previously encountered – is both more rapid and stronger than the primary immune response. 11. Describe the distinct consequences of antigen presentation by class I and class II MHC molecules. Topic / Working Vocabulary List Adaptive immunity Antibody Antigen Antimicrobial peptide Auto-immunity B cell B cell receptor Barrier defense Cellular response (Cell-mediated immunity) Class I MHC Class II MHC Clonal Selection Cytotoxic T cell Epitope Helper T cell Histamine Humoral response Inflammatory response Innate immunity Lymphocyte Macrophage Memory cell MHC Molecule Non-self recognition Pattern Recognition Receptor T cell receptor...
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- Class II MHC, MHC MOLECULE, (Cellmediated immunity)