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A third mechanism used by antibodies to eradicate viruses, is the activation of phagocytes. Cytotoxic cells also newly synthesise and release other proteins, called cytokines, after making contact with infected cells. Complement can also damage the envelope (phospholipid bilayer) that is present on some types of virus Immune responses to viruses The copyright for this work resides with the author Search for: BACK TO MAIN PAGE& WHAT IS IMMUNOLOGY? Cells : Bite-Sized Immunology Basophils B Cells B Cells Regulatory (Bregs) CD4+ T Cells CD8+ T Cells Dendritic Cells Dendritic Cells Tissue-specific Eosinophils Gamma Delta (gd) T Cells Macrophages Mast Cells Natural Killer Cells Neutrophils NKT Cells: Invariant Regulatory T Cells T Cells Th17 cells Experimental Techniques ELISPOT Assay Cytokine Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) Flow Cytometry Laser Confocal Microscopy Multiplex analysis of cytokines Polymerase Chain Reaction Production of MHC Class I Tetramers Proliferation assay Immune development Generation of B-cell antibody diversity Neonatal Immunology T-cell development in thymus Immune Dysfunction Allergy Anaphylaxis Autoimmunity : Introduction Autoinflammation B-cell mediated disease CD46 role in multiple sclerosis Exosomes in cancer immunology Hereditary angioedema Immunodeficiency Antibody Inflammatory Bowel Disease Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Multiple Sclerosis Rheumatoid Arthritis Systemic lupus erythematosus Type 1 Diabetes Organs and Tissues Bone Marrow Immunity in the Gut Immunity in the lung Immunity in the oral cavity Immunity in the salivary gland Innate immunity in the large intestine Lymph Node Stem cell transplantation Transplant rejection: T-helper cell paradigm Pathogens and Disease Aspergillus fumigatus Candida albicans Chlamydia Trachomatis Host Pathogen interactions and immune evasion Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Immune responses to bacteria Human Cytomegalovirus (HCMV) Immune responses to fungal pathogens Immune responses to viruses Intestinal nematode parasites: mechanisms of resistance Pathogenic Yersiniae Pseudotuberculosis Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Malaria Microbial infection in cystic fibrosis Regulatory T cells & parasites: therapeutic potential Tuberculosis Ulcerative colitis and Trichuris infection Viruses: Introduction Virus replication Yersiniosis Receptors and Molecules Chemokine Receptors: Monocyte Mannose Receptor CD 206 Chemokines: Introduction Cytokines: Introduction Host Defence Peptides Immunoglobulin A (IgA) Interleukin 10 (IL-10) Interferons: Type I Interferons: Type II & III Pattern recognition receptors Special Topics WHAT IS IMMUNOLOGY? Gut Microbiota and Obesity Systems and Processes Antigen Processing and Presentation Co-Receptors: Function Complement System Dendritic Cells: Migration Phagocytosis Reproductive immunology: immunity and the developing foetus T-cell activation T Lymphocyte Transmigration Vaccines and Therapeutics Adjuvants: Introduction Adjuvants Immunostimulatory Adjuvants: particulate antigen delivery systems HIV-1 Vaccines Mucosal Vaccination Vaccine Developments Latest Articles Autoinflammation HIV-1 Vaccines Interferons: Type II and III British Society for Immunology Vintage House, 37 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TL E: [emailprotected] T: +44 (0)20 3031 9800 F: +44 (0)20 7582 2882 British Society of Immunology Disclaimer: Due to questions of resource, and ethical considerations, as a professional organisation representing the interests of our members, we are not in a position to offer specific medical advice to individuals, nor are we willing to disclose member information for this purpose. One type of T cell is called a cytotoxic T cell because it kills cells that are infected with viruses with toxic mediators. Cytotoxic T cells have specialised proteins on their surface that help them to recognise virally-infected cells. They also act as signalling molecules that allow infected cells to warn nearby cells of a viral presence this signal makes neighbouring cells increase the numbers of MHC class I molecules upon their surfaces, so that T cells surveying the area can identify and eliminate the viral infection as described above.

A virus-bound antibody binds to receptors, called Fc receptors, on the surface of phagocytic cells and triggers a mechanism known as phagocytosis, by which the cell engulfs and destroys the virus. Cookies are required to use this site. Via antibodies Viruses can also be removed from the body by antibodies before they get the chance to infect a cell. Cytokines include interferon-g and tumour necrosis factor-a, and transfer a signal from the T cell to the infected, or other neighbouring cells, to enhance the killing mechanisms. Some suggestions: Go back to the last page Go to the home page .. If the T cell receptor detects a peptide from a virus, it warns its T cell of an infection. Enzymes called granzymes are also stored in, and released from, the granules.

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