Clonal selection theory is based upon the idea that each individual has a
population of c_____tted l____cytes. Their surfaces contain r____rs determining
which antigens they are capable of r_____zing. When unstimulated by antigen,
only small amounts of surface Ig_ and Ig_ immunoglobulin are found. When these
cells come into contact with that particular antigenic determinant, the cells multiply
and differentiate into a cl___ of immuno_____-producing plasma cells.
The basic tenet of the template theory is that antigen p_________ates an
antibody-forming cell and serves as a t____ate or pattern for antibody synthesis.
The result is that globulin is configured to be com_____ary to the antigen.
Nonspecific responses represent the body's initial encounter with a f____n agent.
Two nonspecific immune responses are in_____tion and ph___s.
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