Where are the cells of the adaptive immune system found in humans?

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Where are the cells of the adaptive immune system found in humans?

Adaptive Immunity:

The adaptive immunity is the third line of defense against many different pathogens. This type of immunity is also considered to be the specific immunity.

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The cells of the adaptive immune system consist of the B lymphocytes and the T lymphocytes. Both of these cell types are responsible for the specific...

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What Is Adaptive Immunity? - Definition and Types

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Chapter 17 / Lesson 7
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This lesson will help you distinguish between several different types of immunity. This includes passive immunity, active immunity, naturally acquired immunity and artificially acquired immunity.


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