Lymphokines

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Lymphokines
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2010-12-14 22:13:32
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  1. Specific protein molecules which can combine with antigens and inactivate them.
    Antibody
  2. Foreign infecting agents which invade the body.
    Antigen
  3. A type of leukocyte which develops in the gut-associated lymphoid tissue and matures into plasma cells.
    B lymphocyte
  4. A lymphokine that directs phagocytes to the infected cite
    Chemotaxic factor (CF)
  5. Gut-associated lymphoid tissue; a region of lymphoid cell development consisting of the peripheral lymph nodes and the spleen.
    G.A.L.T.
  6. A type of cell which assits in antibody production
    Helper cells
  7. the study of the use of drugs to improve the body's immune

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