Where Do T Cells Become Immunocompetent
Where do T cells become immunocompetent? A) thymus B) bone marrow C) thyroid gland D) tonsils
Which of the following are TRUE of class I major histocompatibility complex (MHC) molecules? A) Class I MHC molecules present exogenous antigens. B) Class I MHC molecules present endogenous antigens. C) Class I MHC molecules bind complement. D) Class I MHC molecules are only present on erythrocyte surfaces.
What initiates T cell activation? A) T cell activation begins when the T cell differentiates into effector cells and memory cells. B) T cell activation begins with a cell processing and displaying antigen fragments on its MHC molecules. C) T cell activation begins with the interaction of the T cell with other molecules on the cells called co -stimulators. D) T cell activation begins when a T cell is ingested by a macrophage.