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Lymphocte Handout

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QuestionAnswer
What type of cell matures in the thymus? T
What type of cell matures in lymphoid tissue equivalent to the bursa of fabricius? B
What type of cell is not capable of producing memory cells? NK
What type of cell is involved in humoral immunity? B
What type of cell is involved in innate immunity? NK
What type of cell is involved in cellular immunity? T
What type of cell has an antigen receptor site on its cell membrane? T
What type of cell has antibodies on cell membrane? B
What type of cell divides and then transforms into plasma cells? B
What type of cell does not typically recirculate (stays in the lymphoid tissue)? B
What type of cell is the most prevalent type of lymphocyte in circulation (blood)? T
What type of cell recognizes antigens only after that are presented by macrophages? T
What type of cell is not activated by a specific antigen (destroys via direct contact with cell)? NK
What type of cell is primarily responsible for destroying cancer cells and other cells infected with certain viruses? NK
What type of cell becomes sensitized and secretes cytokines upon activation T
__________________ is an antiviral protein produced by a cell after invasion by a virus. Interferon
_______________ is a group of inactive enzymes in plasma that adhere to antibodies in response to an antigen/antibody complex. Complement
_______________________ are a type of lymphocyte that must come in direct contact with a tumor to destroy it. Natural Killer Cells
_______________________ involves attraction, attachment, ingestion, fusion, and digestion. Phagocytosis
__________________ is where the body attempts to limit insult/injury to a confined area and prevent further damage. It is also an attempt to 'clean up' after an injury. Inflammatory response
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