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cells of the adaptive immune response
T and B cells
cells ofthe innate immune response
Macrophages
neutrophils
NK cells
dendritic cells
the 2 types of adaptive immune response
Humoral- B cells
Cell mediated- T cells
self-recognition protein
MHC
MHC II binds to antigens and presents them to?
CD4 helper T cells
MHC I binds to antigens and presents them to?
Cytotoxic CD8 T cells
APCs have which MHC?
MHC II
most abundant immunoglobulin; crosses the placenta
IgG
Name encapsulated bacteria
Strep pneumoniae
H.flu
Neisseria meningitidis
Klebsiella
Pneumococcus
immunoglobulin found in saliva, tears, and other secretions
IgA
first immunoglobulin to respond
IgM
immunoglobulin involved in parasitic infections and allergic responses
IgE
master regulator for the immune system
CD4 Helper T cells
T/F NK kill tumor and virus infected cells and do NOT need to be activated to kill foreign cells
True
what cytokines are the major mediators of the early inflamatory response
IL1, IL6, TNF
this type of immunity depends on a response to the antigen by the person's immune system
Active immunity: long term

you get it by:
immunization
having the disease
this type of immunity is transferred from another source
Passive: short term

transfer of antibodies from mother to baby