In cell-mediated immune system. What signal types are appropriate for each of them?
1. Regulator T cells role in negative selection
2. Cytotoxic T cells promote Apoptosis
3. Activation of other cells by Helper T Activation of Helper T cells
4. APCs and antigen interaction.
Cell Mediated Immunity:
The cell mediated immune responses is a component of the adaptive immune response. The adaptive immune response is the responses that are specific to a particular antigen.
Answer and Explanation: 1
In cell mediated immune responses cytotoxic T cells will promote apoptosis in a targeted cell. Cell mediated immunity relies on the activation of cytotoxic T cells by helper T cells.
Answer choice 2
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fromChapter 43 / Lesson 4
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.