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What WBC can join together to eat larger particles?
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Macrophages
The secretory immune system is an independent immune system on the external surfaces of the body. It is mediated by Ig______.
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A
In the primary immune response, how many days does it take for the body to make antibodies to a new antigen?
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5-7 days
The primary role of the secretory immune system is to prevent infection in....
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the mucous membranes
Slow, memory, very specific and can be induced by vaccination are all components of:
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the immune response (3rd line of defense)
Which cells recognize and eliminate cells infected with viruses, and attacks cancer cells? (Specific ones)
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NK cells
This is an indicator of a systemic, non-specific inflammation. Can be caused by increased bp, or cardiac disease.
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C-reactive protein
The stickiness between leukocytes and endothelial cells during the inflammation is referred to as _______ or _______.
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Margination or pavementing, keeps phagocyts in the area
Basophils, Eosinophils, Neutrophils and Macrophages are all...
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phagocytic
What WBC arrives at the site of inflammation within 3-7 days and remains at the site of injury until the end?
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Macrophages
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How does the mast cell initiate the inflammation process?
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Degranulation: releases histamine and chemotactic factor; Chemotactic factor: attracts neutrophils and eosinophils and initiates reproduction.
The inflammatory response is what line of defense?
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2nd line of defense, quick and non-specific.
Which WBC sets off the inflammation process?
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Mast cell
What leukocyte arrives 1st at the site of injury and what does it do?
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Mast cell; Signals injury by degranulating, releasing chemotactic factor that summons other WBC.
Which WBC is the 1st to arrive at the site of infection?
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Neutrophils
General term for resolution or repair...
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Regeneration
A chronic inflammation is one that lasts over _______ weeks.
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2
What is a normal WBC count?
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5,000 - 10,000
Besides phagocytosis, what is another function of macrophages?
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Antigen processing
The lymphoid cell of adaptive immunity can become 2 different types of cells. They are...
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lymphocytes; NK cells
What WBC is summoned by chemotactic factor of the neutrophil?
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Macrophage
  
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