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Randy B Sweden, April 26, 2012

Exactly how does the human immune system work?

Randy B Sweden
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  • Emily Ward Emily Ward April 30, 2012
    Breathe, Eat, Sleep
  • Casey Beckett Casey Beckett April 30, 2012
    I know it protects you when your body is invaded by pathogens and can keep you healthy at times were you could of gotten sick.
  • Randy B Sweden Randy B Sweden May 5, 2012
    I know that the human body has an adaptive immune system, and one that is native. But what is really interesting is how the adaptive immune system work. I know that this type of immune system is driven by the lymphocytes. I wonder, what makes these antibodies able to adapt to what virus/bakteria that has entered the immune system? Does it have anything to do with their DNA or do they perhaps have a circle shaped DNA like the prokaryote (that is able to adapt)?
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