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Figure 43.0 Specialized lymphocytes attacking a cancer cell
Figure 43.1 An overview of the body's defenses
Figure 43.2 First-line respiratory defenses
Figure 43.3 Phagocytosis by a macrophage
Figure 43.3x Macrophage
Figure 43.x1 Anabaena phagocytosed by a human neutrophil
Figure 43.4 The human lymphatic system
Figure 43.5 A simplified view of the inflammatory response
Figure 43.6 Clonal selection
Figure 43.7 Immunological memory
Figure 43.8 The development of lymphocytes
Figure 43.8x B lymphocyte
Figure 43.9 The interaction of T cells with MHC molecules
Figure An overview of the immune responses (Layer 1)
Figure An overview of the immune responses (Layer 2)
Figure An overview of the immune responses (Layer 3)
Figure An overview of the immune responses (Layer 4)
Figure The central role of helper T cells: a closer look
Figure 43.12a The functioning of cytotoxic T cells
Figure 43.12b A cytotoxic T cell has lysed a cancer cell
Figure Humoral response to a T-dependent antigen (Layer 1)
Figure Humoral response to a T-dependent antigen (Layer 2)
Figure Humoral response to a T-dependent antigen (Layer 3)
Figure Epitopes (antigenic determinants)
Figure 43.15c Antibody molecule
Figure 43.15a,b The structure of a typical antibody molecule
Figure 19.6 DNA rearrangement in the maturation of an immunoglobulin (antibody) gene
Table 43.1 The Five Classes of Immunoglobulins
Figure Effector mechanisms of humoral immunity
Figure The classical complement pathway, resulting in lysis of a target cell
Figure 43.x2 Vaccination
Figure 43.x3 X-ray of hands with arthritis
Figure Mast cells, IgE, and the allergic response
Figure 43.x4 Alternaria spores, a cause of allergies in humans
Figure A T cell infected with HIV
Figure 43.19x1 HIV on a lymphocyte, detail
Figure 43.19x2 HIV budding
Figure 43.19x2a T cell infected with HIV
Figure 43.19x2b Detail of HIV on lymphocyte
Figure The stages of HIV infection
Figure 43.x5 AIDS posters
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