Proteins/Jellyfish

Proteins/Jellyfish
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  • Ow! I got stung by a jellyfish! The nematocyst toxin is hurting my leg!
  • I'm coming to help!
  • It looks like your body's immune system is taking care of it. Inflammation is occurring because your body recognizes the toxins as an antigen, and your humoral and specific response are working to help. Your humoral response activates B cells which releases antibodies.
  • Ow! I got stung by a jellyfish! The nematocyst toxin is hurting my leg!
  • No Need! The macrophages in your body a the first response to the healing process. They are moving to the site of infection and attacking the poison because it does not recognize the substance.
  • Ow! I got stung by a jellyfish! The nematocyst toxin is hurting my leg!
  • Can you call an ambulance? I need help to get better!
  • Don't worry! That means the bloodstream is reaching the infection and the leukocytes are hard at work fighting off the foreign antigen.
  • Ow! I got stung by a jellyfish! The nematocyst toxin is hurting my leg!
  • Oh no! It's bleeding. Can I have a bandaid?
  • Unfortunately, I think this means your sting is infected because your nonspecific immunity is overwhelmed. Hopefully, your interleukins asks for help in time from the killer cells and cytotoxic T cells and get the antibodies ready. The neutrophils may help if they work in time.
  • It's turning green!
  • Ow! I got stung by a jellyfish! The nematocyst toxin is hurting my leg!
  • It may bacterial infection.
  • Look! It's getting better! I think the infection is going away.
  • Yeah, thank god it wasn't a viral infection we can only fight with vaccines. At least, next time you get the same infection, you plasma cells know which antibody to relate.
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