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Which of the following cells are important in an innate immune response to extracellular bacteria?


Which of the following cells are important in an innate immune response to extracellular bacteria?

المعلومة

Which of the following cells are important in an innate immune
response to extracellular bacteria?
a. T lymphocytes
b. B lymphocytes
c. Neutrophils
d. Eosinophils
e. Mast cells

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. The answer is c. Innate immunity involves
antigen-nonspecific immune defense
. Neutrophils circulate in the blood
and can migrate into tissue to ingest and kill bacteria. Although T and B cells
can augment the innate immune response, they become inactivated in an
antigen-specific manner. Eosinophils, also part of the innate immune
response, are important in parasitic, rather than bacterial, infections.
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