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Order the basic outline of the adaptive immune response below

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Effector T-cells go on to activate B-cells to produce antibodies against the pathogenic antigen

Dendritic Cells encounter an antigen and transport it to the lymph nodes where it is 'presented'

In the lymph nodes, the Dendritic Cells present the antigen to millions of passing naive T-cells. The vast majority of these T-cells will not recognise the pathogenic antigen

A minute proportion of T-cells recogise the antigen and are activated = mature T-cells. They turn into 'Effector T-Cells'


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