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Cells of the innate immune response

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Cytokines

Natural killer cells

Macrophages

Basophils

Neutrophils

Eosinophils

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Identify and kill virus-infected cells and tumour cells

These present antigenic proteins to start the acquired immune response and clear debris

Small proteins that carry a message from one cell to another. They stimulate activation and proliferation of lymphocytes via a humoral response

Bi-lobed nucleus, required for immune response to parasites 1-3% of circulating white blood cells

Not phagocytic, release granules containing histamines, serotonin, prostaglandins <1% of circulating white blood cells. Important in T-helper type 2 responses

Most common type of white blood cell -50-70% of white blood cells circulating. They're phagocytic


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