Briefly state a function for each of the following immune cells.  Monocytes Mast Cells  B Lymphocytes Cytotoxic, T Lymphocytes Helper T Lymphocytes   The T lymphocytes as macrophages, secrete a number of polypeptides (cytokines) generally called lymphokines that serve as autocrine regulators of the immune system.  Identify any five (5) lymphokines and explain their functions.

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Briefly state a function for each of the following immune cells. 

Monocytes

Mast Cells 

B Lymphocytes

Cytotoxic, T Lymphocytes

Helper T Lymphocytes

 

The T lymphocytes as macrophages, secrete a number of polypeptides (cytokines) generally called lymphokines that serve as autocrine regulators of the immune system. 

Identify any five (5) lymphokines and explain their functions.      

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