Describe cellular and humoral immune responses. How are they different from each other? Give examples of diseases that compromise each of these responses. Your examples must include how each disease compromises the response.
Cellular and humoral immune response
Both cellular and humoral immune response is a part of adaptive immunity which is generated in response to a particular pathogen
Answer and Explanation:
Cellular immune response involves T cells, phagocytes and cytokines. Whereas, humoral immune response involves antibodies, complement proteins.
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Our immune systems are pretty good, but sometimes pathogens can sneak in and infect living cells. Luckily, we've got a back up system. Let's explore cell-mediated response and see how this protects our bodies from infections that may otherwise go untreated.