a disease agent (or its vaccine) how does the immune system manage to activate just the B-lymphocytes that are capable of making effective antibodies?...
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1) If you are exposed to a disease agent (or its vaccine) how does the immune system manage to activate just the

B-lymphocytes that are capable of making effective antibodies?

2) How does your immune system avoid creating antibodies against your own cells?

3) What happens to a naïve B-cell that is activated?

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