If a foreign antigen enters the body through the skin, which portion of the lymphoid system is the antigen most likely to reach first?
- 2 months ago
Lymphocytes are the primary cells of adaptive immune responses. Once activated by binding to antigen, B cells differentiate into cells that secrete a soluble form of their surface antibodies. These activated B cells are known as plasma cells.
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