Classify the following images into the type of defense it represents.InterleukinOther cytokinesMacrophage,B cell, or otherantigen-presenting cellClonal selectionof B cellsHelper T (T4) cellMacrophage-activating factorOther cytokinesMacrophage activityLeukocyte chemotaxisInflammationInterleukinOther cytokinesCellular ImmunityHumoral ImmunityNonspecific DefenseClonal selection ofcytotoxic T cellsNext>51 of 83Prev

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Classify the following images into the type of defense it represents.
Interleukin
Other cytokines
Macrophage,
B cell, or other
antigen-presenting cell
Clonal selection
of B cells
Helper T (T4) cell
Macrophage-
activating factor
Other cytokines
Macrophage activity
Leukocyte chemotaxis
Inflammation
Interleukin
Other cytokines
Cellular Immunity
Humoral Immunity
Nonspecific Defense
Clonal selection of
cytotoxic T cells
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Classify the following images into the type of defense it represents. Interleukin Other cytokines Macrophage, B cell, or other antigen-presenting cell Clonal selection of B cells Helper T (T4) cell Macrophage- activating factor Other cytokines Macrophage activity Leukocyte chemotaxis Inflammation Interleukin Other cytokines Cellular Immunity Humoral Immunity Nonspecific Defense Clonal selection of cytotoxic T cells Next> 51 of 83 Prev

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