Immune Response

Immune Response
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  • Come on over and I'll tell you all about it. YEE-HAW!!
  • Hey there cowboy, I heard you wanted to learn about the immune response
  • The Immune Response is a complex system which helps maintain the overall health of the human body
  • The immune system composes of 4 stages: 1. Release of chemical signals 2. Vessels Dilate 3. White Blood Cells Enter 4. Increased Blood Flow
  • The first stage is the release of the chemical signals. In this stage, histamines (organic nitrogenous compounds) are released by the damaged tissues.  
  • This results in an increased blood flow to the damaged area. 
  • This results in the release of white blood cells and other clotting factors into the wound. 
  • The second stage is the dilate of the vessels. In this stage the histamines cause the capillaries to leak. 
  • The third stage is when the white blood cells enter. This is when the white blood cells engulf bacteria, dead cells and cellular debris. 
  • There you go cowboy, a summary of the immune response for you. Have a good day
  • The last stage is the increased blood flow stage. In this stage the platelets move out of the capillary to seal off the wounded area
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