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Cells of the Adaptive Immune System

by Peter Delves, PhD
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    So, let?s have a look at the cells of the adaptive immune response. Helper T-cells, as their name suggests, help other cells in the immune system. They?re particularly important in helping activate macrophages, activate cytotoxic T-cells and activate B-cells. Regulatory T-cells suppress other cells of the immune response. They have the opposite activity if you like, of the helper T-cell. Helper T-cells help, regulatory T-cells suppress immune responses. Cytotoxic T-cells are the adaptive response equivalent of the natural killer cell of the innate response, in that they kill infected cells. And B-cells and their fully differentiated progeny, the plasma cell, produce antibody molecules....

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    The lecture Cells of the Adaptive Immune System by Peter Delves, PhD is from the course Immune System: Overview and Cells.


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    1. NK cell
    2. Mast cell
    3. Macrophage
    4. Dendritic cell
    5. Eosinophil

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     Peter Delves, PhD

    Peter Delves, PhD


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    Not only was the information vast, but it was concise enough to understand and follow along with. Peter Delves highlights the important parts that are very beneficial. Thanks.