- California State University - San Jose State University
- Science 12345
- Bio Final
Last Modified: 2011-07-10
To fight parasite worms and participate in inflammatory and allergic reactions.
A molecule, often on the surface of a pathogen, that the immune system recognizes as “nonself” or “foe”
An antibody is a Y-shaped protein designed to recognize an antigen having a specific shape. The recognition of a specific antigen occurs because of the shape of the tips of the Y in the antibody molecule.
Helper T-cells: àEnhance the response of other immune cells (sends cytokines to call for help).
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