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Graf Isolan
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Untersuchte Arbeit:
Seite: 2, Zeilen: 21-31
Quelle: Delcenserie et al 2008
Seite(n): 38, Zeilen: left col. 33 ff.
Lymphocytes (B and T) are the essential players in the adaptive immune response. The adaptive immune response takes longer to develop than the innate immune response. Specificity and memory are the distinguishing characteristics of the adaptive immune response. The adaptive immune system can provide a more effective protection against pathogens through their ability to recognize and remember an impressive number of antigens. Memory B and T cells provide the host with the ability to mount much more effective immune responses against secondary infections. Lymphocytes have specific antigen receptors (BCR on B cells and TCR on T cells) created by genetic rearrangements of variable areas during lymphocyte ontogeny. Thus, each naive lymphocyte has an antigen receptor with a unique specificity. They build a repertoire of polyclonal lymphocytes able to respond to a multitude of antigens. B cells contribute to the immune response by secreting antibodies [(humoral immunity), whereas T cells act primarily in cell-mediated immunity.] Lymphocytes (B and T) are the essential players in the adaptive immune response. The adaptive immune response takes longer to develop than the innate immune response. Specificity and memory are the distinguishing characteristics of the adaptive immune response. The adaptive immune system can provide a more effective protection against pathogens through their ability to recognize and remember an impressive number of antigens. Memory B and T cells provide the host the ability to mount much more effective immune responses against secondary infections. Lymphocytes have specific antigen receptors (BCR for B cells and TCR for T cells) created by genetic rearrangements of variable areas during lymphocyte ontogeny. Thus, each naive lymphocyte has an antigen receptor with a unique specificity. They build a repertoire of polyclonal lymphocytes able to respond to a multitude of antigens.

B cells contribute to the immune response by secreting antibodies (humoral immunity), whereas T cells act primarily in cell-mediated immunity.

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Art und Umfang der Übernahme bleiben ungekennzeichnet. The source is mentioned on p. 11 f.

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(Graf Isolan), SleepyHollow02

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