• anonymous
A human body cell is invaded by a new virus that the body has never encountered before. The cell displays the virus's antigens on the cell's membrane. Which of the following best describes what happens next in the body's cell-mediated immune response sequence?
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  • anonymous
Helper T cells detect the virus antigens on the infected cell and activate cytotoxic T cells. In cell-mediated immune response, antibodies are not involved. Cytotoxic T cell, natural killer cell and macrophage are involved, that is why this immune response is called "cell-mediated immune response". Also, the body has never encounter this virus so it is no way that you have memory T cell for this virus. You only get your memory T cell produced specifically for this virus after your immune system respond to the virus. Phagocyte don't insert antibodies. I hope this helps. Correct me if i'm wrong.
  • anonymous
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