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Proyecto De Español... Parte 2 está viendo.
Excuse me! Mr. Phil!
Anyway, hello! I'm your substitute teacher, Mr. Phil. It's time to learn about the immune system!
I'm getting a little sick of all this virus talk.
We kind of already learned about it, but we still have no idea what it is and how it works.
Well, it's actually pretty simple. The immune system is like a giant army.
The immune system is the body system that fights off infections and pathogens.
Much like how a military defends its country, the immune system defends your body.
White blood cells are is a type of cell that fights foreign substances and diseases. There are many, many types of white blood cells!
T-cell lymphocytes act as the commander-in-chief. Although, the current one isn't the best example. They work with other cells to defend your body.
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Lymphocytes are a type of white blood cell that releases antibodies and destroys bad cells.
Next are neutrophils. Neutrophils are like the foot soldiers of your immune system.
They travel to sources of inflammation or infection. They ingest the pathogen, then release enzymes to kill them.
Mast cells are very similar to the medics of the military. Mast cells are tissue cells that help with wound healing defense against pathogens.
A fun fact to know is that they produce mucus muscle contractions as a response to mainly parasitic pathogens.
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