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Parts of the immune system

Parts of the immune system

  • White blood cells - the key players of our immune system
  • Antibodies - these recognize the antigens on the surface of the microbe then mark them for destruction
  • Complement System - made up of proteins that complement the work done by antibodies
  • Lympathic System - is a network of delicate tubes that's made up of lymph node, lymph vessels, and white blood cells
  • Spleen - the largest organ in the lymphatic system that removes microbes and removes old or damanged red blood cells
  • Bone Marrow - the primary site for new blood cell production
  • Thymus - this filters and monitors our blood content

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