anonymous
  • anonymous
what is difference between plasma cells and memory cells, and how do they prevent you becoming ill??
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The main difference between plasma cells and memory cells is WHEN they are active in fighting infection. Plasma cells are immediately active in defense during the first exposure to invaders like viruses or bacteria producing antibodies (proteins that identify or neuatralize the foreign invaders). Memory cells last longer and are imprinted by the offending antigens of the invaders, and so are ready to mount a more rapid defense later, during a second exposure. Much more is available at this page: http://bit.ly/l9d0qw
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you!! :D

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