Cells that secrete cytokines, which coordinate specific and nonspecific defenses, are called
C)helper T cells.
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.
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