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an immune response in which B-cells transform into plasma cells and secrete antibodies is know as Humoral immunity
lymphocytes, formed in thymus gland that act on antigens are T-cells
an immune response in which T-cells destroy antigens is called Cell-mediated immunity
lymphocytes that transform into plasma cells and secrete antibodies are called B-cells
T-cell lymphocytes that inhibit the activity of B-cell lymphocytes suppressor T-cells
antibodies-IgG, IgE, IgM, IgD immunoglobulins
T-cell lymphocytes; stimulate antibody production; T4 cells helper T-cells
Poisons (antigens) toxins
T-cell lymphocytes; killer cells; T8 cells cytotoxic cells
antiviral proteins secreted by T-cells interferon's
transformed B-cells that secrete antibodies plasma cells
syndrome marked by the enlargement of the spleen and associated with anemia and leukopenia Hyperspleneism
an extraordinary hypersensitivity to a foreign protein; marked by hypotension, shock and respiratory distress anaphylaxis
an antigen capable of causing allergy (hypersensitivity) Allergen
disorder in which the immune system is suppressed by exposure to HIV AIDS
removal of mediastinal organ thymectomy
malignant tumor of the lymph nodes and spleen marked by Reed-Sternberg cell identified in lymph nodes Hodgkin's disease
tissue that produce lymphocytes-spleen, thymus, tonsils and adenoids lymphoid organs
swelling of tissues due to interstitial fluid accumulation lymphedema
WBC's that are destroyed by HIV T4 helper cells
test to separate immunoglobulins immunoelectrophoresis
drug used to treat AIDS by blocking the growth of AIDS virus Zidovudine (AZT)
test used to detect anti-HIV antibodies ELISA
group of infectious diseases associated with AIDS opportunistic infections
stationary lymph tissue along the path of lymph vessels lymph nodes
large thoracic lymph vessel draining lymph from lower and left side of the body left thoracic duct
organ near the stomach that produces, stores and eliminates blood cells spleen
mass of lymph tissue in the nasopharynx adenoids
organ in the mediastinum that produces T-cell lymphocytes thymus
tiniest of lymph vessels lymph capillaries
large lymph vessel in the chest that drains lymph from right upper part of the body right lymphatic duct
fluid that lies between cells and becomes lymph as it enters the lymph capillaries interstitial fluid
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