Humoral Immunity - Immune response to do with antibodies which are soluble in blood and tissue fluid 'humour', Antibodies - Proteins with specific binding site syntehsised by B cells, Antigen - A molecule that triggers an immune response., Endocytosis - A cellular process in which substances are brought into the cell, Clonal selection - The process of where B cells are simulated to divide by mitosis., Monoclonal antibodies - Clones of one specific antibody., Plasma cells - Type of cells that secrete antibodies, Primary immune response - Where the body encounters and antigen for the first time., Memory cells - A type of cells that are produced to help, Secondary immune response - The bodies response to a second or third exposure to a pathogen,

A Level Biology Chapter 5- 5.4

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