Lymphatic and Immune Systems
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The ability to recognize and remember specific antigens and mount an attack on them. B cells and T cells.
Mass of lymphatic tissue in the nasopharynx.
Protein produced by B cells to destroy antigens.
Substance that the body recognizes as foreign; evokes an immune response.
Lymphocyte that matures into a plasma cell to secrete antibodies.
T cells that respond to antigens and destroy them; type of adaptive immunity
helper T cell
Lymphocyte that aids B cells and stimulates T cells.
Body's ability to resist foreign organisms and toxins that damage tissues and organs.
Fluid in the spaces between cells.
Thin, watery fluid found within lymphatic vessels and collected from tissues throughout the body.
Large phagocyte found in lymph nodes and other tissues of the body.
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