Cell Mediated Immunity is a cellular response against antigen without producing antibodies. It acts against antigen by activating phagocytes, antigen-specific cytotoxic T-lymphocytes, and by releasing various cytokines. It is effective in removing virus-infected cells and also participates in defending fungi, protozoans, bacteria and cancers. It plays an important role in transplant rejection (rejection of transplanted tissue by the recipient’s immune system).
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