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Q: Antibodies are produced when the body is exposed to A. white blood cells. B. receptor proteins. C. antigens. D. macrophages.
A: C. antigens
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User: Antibodies are produced when the body is exposed to A. white blood cells. B. receptor proteins. C. antigens. D. macrophages.

Weegy: C. antigens
selymi|Points 8602|

User: Vaccines can be made from dead or weakened viruses. Vaccinated individuals become protected against diseases because the dead or weakened virus A. causes the production of antibodies. B. stops further viral invasion. C. causes an inflammatory response. D. are too weak to cause illness.

Weegy: The answer is A. - Causes the production of antibodies.
mjxx8|Points 80|

User: Fever is helpful in fighting bacteria because A. disease-causing bacteria do not grow well at high temperatures. B. disease-causing bacteria do not grow well at low temperatures. C. higher temperatures promote the activation of cellular proteins. D. lower temperatures promote the activation of cellular proteins.

Weegy: A. disease-causing bacteria do not grow well at high temperatures.
mythmoh|Points 5299|

User: Cell receptors and antibodies are similar in that both A. are produced by nerve cells. B. are highly specific in their actions. C. slow the rates of chemical reactions. D. are involved in digestion.

Weegy: Cell receptors and antibodies are similar in that both B. are highly specific in their actions.
OxTornado007|Points 5008|

User: Which process provides immunity against antigens and pathogens in the body fluids? A. nonspecific response B. inflammatory response C. humoral immunity D. cell-mediated immunity

Weegy: cell-mediated immunity
clickbee|Points 15|

User: What is the most common threat to the human body from an invading virus? A. Viral fluids will be produced in the bloodstream. B. Acids will ferment in the digestive system. C. Viral reproduction will destroy once healthy cells. D. Muscle tone in the heart will be stimulated.

Weegy: C. Viral reproduction will destroy once healthy cells.
stan_r|Points 1162|

User: Which body system would be directly affected if lots of T cells were destroyed by a virus like HIV? A. nervous system B. cardiovascular system C. immune system D. endocrine system

Weegy: C. immune system
summerandlove|Points 220|

User: Why are individuals with HIV able to contract diseases that are rare to the rest of the population? A. HIV releases pheromones that attract the rare diseases. B. HIV releases substances that increase the strength of the disease causing organisms. C. People with HIV are unable to fight off these rare diseases. D. People with HIV are more often exposed to these rare diseases.

Weegy: The answer is C. - People with HIV are unable to fight off these rare diseases.
mjxx8|Points 80|

User: Some diseases require only one vaccination that lasts forever. Others require repeated vaccinations. Why might a vaccination like the flu vaccine only last a short time? A. The virus is more easily transmitted. B. The virus mutates much more rapidly. C. The virus is less dangerous. D. The virus is much smaller.

User: A nonspecific defense reaction to tissue damage caused by injury or infection is known as A. passive immunity. B. the inflammatory response. C. active immunity. D. cell-mediated immunity.

Weegy: The answer is B. the inflammatory response.
sharpies|Points 8258|

User: Which process provides immunity against antigens and pathogens in the body fluids?

Weegy: B cells provide immunity against antigens and pathogens in the body fluids. This process is called humoral immunity.




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