Antigens

Antigens
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  • EWWW! You got your SNOT all over me!!!
  • AACCHOOO!!
  • Ouch! My stomach! I feel so sick.. What happened to me?!
  • Maybe, when Andrew sneezed on me, he was sick. Now, he might have transmitted his sickness to me..
  • Andrew is sick and sneezes on Melissa. Then, Melissa begins to feel really weak and sick.
  • *Cough cough* I'm not feeling any better...
  • When Andrew sneezed on Melissa, she inhaled droplets of his sneeze causing the virus to enter her body through her nose. Now, Melissa's body aches and she feels really sick and weak.
  • Mucus is the first line of defense which traps some of the virus that gets into your body but not all of it. Some of the virus gets thorught your nose and the mucus and enters your body causings you to feel different and somewhat very sick.
  • I can't believe it! I feel so much better now!!!!
  • 😊 🤗 💓
  • As Melissa's body and immune system are working hard to fight off the viruses that Andrew passed on to her, she experiences symptoms such as sneezing and coughing continuously.
  • As the second line of defense, T-Helper cells make sure to target the virus and destroy it immediately. They will recognize the virus and kill it by a swallowing action. Now, Melissa's immune system has destroyed the virus and she should feel better.
  • Now, that the antigens in Melissa's body has been fought off, the memory B cells will remember this action and if Melissa becomes sick again, her body will remember how to fight against the antigens! Due to this, Melissa feels much more better and happier now.
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