The major histocompatibility complex (MHC)
A)kills the target cell by disrupting its metabolism.
B)produces antibodies in lymph glands.
C)is a group of genes that codes for CD4 markers.
D)is a membrane protein that can display foreign antigens.
E)is the antigen found on bacteria that stimulates an immune response.
Cells that secrete cytokines, which coordinate specific and nonspecific defenses, are called
C)helper T cells.
One method by which cytotoxic T cells destroy their target cells is by releasing substances that
A)increase protein production.
B)enhance ribosomal activities.
C)suppress the antigen recognition process.
D)rupture cell membranes.
E)produce memory T cells.
Choose the correct paired interaction in order for T cell activation to occur.
A)CD8 T cells; Class I MHC proteins
B)CD4 T cells; Class I MHC proteins
C)CD8 T cells; Class II MHC proteins
D)CD6 T cells; Class I MHC proteins
E)CD6 T cells; Class II MHC proteins