Influenza can be very sickly.Itcan be spread through people coughing, sneezing, or even talking. It also causes fevers, chills, and muscle aches.
When you have inflluenza the first line of defense are the macrophafges that recognize the flu and engulf the virus.
Let's go into the inside of Archer's body to see what Influenza does in the body
I don't feel so good
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The second line of defense are the NK cells which bind to HA proteins through NKp44 and NKp46 receptors. The N cells then attach the Fe portion of antibodies bound to the influenza virus-infedted cells through their CD16 receptor to mediate lysis of the cells
The MHC-II activate helper T cells which activates the pulmonary macro-phage. It acts as the host defense and can secrete innate cytokines . The NK cells then attack the virus
Yay were binded
I'm Attacking you
We Have been activated now kill
Helper T and B cells Interact to elucidate the infected cells to produce the antigen Response. The Memory B and Effector cells help Maintain Interleukin which keeps your allows communication with your cells and regulates cell differentiation