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Flashcards in *Lec 10-2 - Immunological Memory Deck (12):
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these cells can have memory

b, cd4, cd8

2

cd4 and cd8 t cells can become these

central memory t cells, effector memory t cells

3

central memory t cells reside here

in peripheral lymph tissues

4

effector memory t cells reside here

various organs and tissue sites

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central and effector memory subsets are distinguished by blank receptors

chemokine

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this receptor is required for durable and robust t cell memory

il7

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both central and effector memory t cells produce blank rapidly after stimulation

ifn gamma

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it is possible that blank t cells are derived from blank t cells

effector, central

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blank t cells required for the development of functional blank cells

cd4, cd8 memory t cells

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a memory cell has a blank affinity compared to an effector cell

higher

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mechanism by which average affinity of antibodies increases with repeated immunizations and generation of memory b cells

affinity maturation

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most important cytokine in memory

iL7