The immune response activates when your body recognizes and protects itself against bacteria, viruses, parasites and substances that is foreign and harmful to the body.
Immune system responds and destroys antigens; a protein presents in the surface of cells of the bacteria or fungi.
To activate the immune response, our body must first recognize the invader; then "specialized cells" will attach itself to the invader and “present” it to our T-cells. Our T-cells then will multiply itself to destroy the invader.
Our body has also the capability to “remember specific antigen”, a basic care of our immune response system so that it will be ready in case of future attacks.

The immune response activates when your body recognizes and protects itself against bacteria, viruses, parasites and substances that is foreign and harmful to the body.

Immune system responds and destroys antigens; a protein presents in the surface of cells of the bacteria or fungi.

To activate the immune response, our body must first recognize the invader; then "specialized cells" will attach itself to the invader and “present” it to our T-cells. Our T-cells then will multiply itself to destroy the invader.

Our body has also the capability to “remember specific antigen”, a basic care of our immune response system so that it will be ready in case of future attacks.

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