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What type of immunity includes both humoral and cellular immunity?
specific (adaptive) immunity
Humoral immunity is known as _________ immunity.
antibody - mediated
Cellular immunity is mediated by _____?
cells (duh)
Antibodies belong to ______ immunity and are found in what?
humoral; body fluids
Cellular (cell-mediated)immunity uses what type of cells to attack problems?
t-lymphocytes
What immunity tags bacteria, toxins and extracellular viruses for desctruction?
humoral
If a cell is infected with a viruses or parasite, what immunity cures the problem.
cellular
T cells release __________ which enhance specfiic immunity.
cytokines
Immunity is considered active/passive when a vaccinzation is given.
active
Receiving antibodies from breast milk is active/passive immunity.
passive.
What has more immediate effects, active or passive immmunity?
passive
What is used primarily as treatment, passive or active?
passive
The administration of killed microorganisms is used for active/passive immunity?
active
In ________ immunity, the B-cell once activated by an antigen will differentiate into what?
humoral; antibody secreting plasma cells
What are nonself substances, such as proteins, nucleoproteins, polysaccharides, and some glycolipids to which lymphocytes respond?
antigens
This is on an antigen. It is a site where binding of an antigen occurs.
epitope (from book)
An antigen can have multiple epitope sites. t/f
True