36 what are the features that allow memory b cells to

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36) What are the features that allow memory B cells to respond differently to activation in comparison to naïve B cells? And how different is this response? 37) Explain the molecular and functional differences between naïve T cells, effector T cells, effector memory T cells and central memory T cells. 38) How do the differences in memory T cells in comparison to naïve T cells allow them for a more efficient response upon re-challenge? Mucosa Associated Lymphoid Tissue 39) Explain the differences between the organized mucosa associated lymphoid
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tissues (MALT) found along the gastrointestinal tract. 40) Explain how dendritic cells in mucosa associated lymphoid tissues (MALT) uptake antigens? Explain differences based on the type of GALT. 41) Explain the molecular mechanisms behind the differential homing observed between naïve and effector T cells both in a classical lymph node and in mucosal-associated lymphoid tissues. 42) What are Intraepithelial lymphocytes? And where are they distributed? What drive the specific homing of these particular population of lymphocytes? 43) What are the roles of the following chemokynes: CCL21, CCL18, CCl25 and CCL28? 44) Define: GALT, NALT and BALT with the context of lymphoid tissues. 45) Explain the immunological characteristics of Lamina Propia. 46) Define and explain the difference between Combinatorial and Junctional diversity.
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