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ST Lymph med terms

ST medical terminology for the lymphatic system

lymphocyte cells that recognize/destroy foreign cells natural killer cells
malignant tumor of bone marrow cells multiple myeloma
a malignant tumor of lymph tissue in spleen/lymph nodes Hodgkin's disease
cell that secretes an antibody and originates from B-cell lymphocytes plasma cells
introduction of altered antigens to produce an immune response vaccination
T-cell lymphocytes that inhibit the activity of B- and T-cell lymphocytes suppressor cells
an immune response whereby destruction of antigens takes place cell-mediated immunity
B-cells transform into plasma cells humoral immunity
antigen-presenting cells derived from monocytes dendrite cells
proteins that destroy antigens antibodies
antiviral proteins secreted by T-cells interferons
antibodies that are secreted by plasma cells in humoral immunity immunoglobulins
formation of antibodies/lymphocytes after exposure to an antigen acquired immunity
T-cells that aid B-cells in stimulating antibody formation helper cells
lymphocytes that transform into plasma cells & secrete antibodies B-cells
proteins that stimulate the growth of B- and T-lymphocytes interleukins
T-cell lymphocytes that directly kill foreign cells cytotoxic cells
Created by: bellajerrent429