Natural Killer Cells
Membrane attack complex
12 g/l and 6 days
12 g/l and 25 days
12 g/l and 10 days
12 g/l and 2 days
1.1 g/l and 6 days
1.8 g/l and 6 days
1.4 g/l and 6 days
1.3 g/l and 6 days
1.0 g/l and 5 days
1.0 g/l and 3 days
1.0 g/l and 2 days
1.0 g/l and 7 days
Cell surface adhesion molecules
Cell wall disconnection molecules
Cell wall bonding molecules
Exclusion and elimination
Inclusion and stimulation
Extermination and creation
Exclusion and Enclosure
Increased blood flow
Decreased blood viscosity
Increased production of adreneline
Increased blood viscosity
Pathogen Allied molecular patterns
Pathogen Associated molecular patterns
Pathogen Activated monocyte pathways
Pathogen Associated monocyte patterns
Maturing monocytes and Membrane attack complex
Labelling and Membrane attack complex
Releasing Acute phase proteins and Membrane attack complex
Increased leukocytosis, reduced NK cell activity and decreased cytokine activity.
Decreased leukocytosis, enhanced NK cell activity and improved cytokine activity.
Increased leukocytosis, enhanced NK cell activity and improved cytokine activity.
Cause a fever.
Neutralize reactive oxygen species.
A rare phagocyte which destroys infected cells by curing the infection.
A spice which provides anti-inflammatory activity.
The naive form of Immunoglobulin G, which evolves into IgG and provides the benefit of stimulating ingestion by a macrophage.
An enzyme located in the lymph nodes,with the ability to lyse infected cells.
A substance which stimulates antigens
A substance which stimulates cell division
A substance which is produced by antigens to kill phagocytes
An increase in circulating lymphocytes.
A decrease in circulating lymphocytes.
An increase in circulating leukocytes.
An increase in circulating lymphocytes and leukocytes.
A cytokine which causes fever.
A cytokine capable of antiviral and anti-tumour activity.
A cytokine capable of destroying paracites.
Oxidative Burst and release of cytoxic acid.
Oxidative Burst and release of granulas.
Oxidative Burst and the osmotic rush.
Oxidative Burst and hydrolysis.