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Antigen-Presenting Cells Many antigenic substances are inhaled and must be removed and inactivated by clearance mechanisms in the airways or they may persist and possibly initiate an immune response. For this immune response to develop, the antigen must be captured, processed, and then presented to a compatible T lymphocyte by an antigen-presenting cell (APC). A number of cells are capable of presenting antigens to the T lymphocytes, including macrophages, Langerhans cells, dendritic cells, fibroblasts, endothelial cells, and B lymphocytes.

This is done through the differentiation of T cells into T4 helper (CD4) cells and T4 suppressor (CD8) cells as described below. T cells are also involved in Type IV delayed hypersensitivity reactions. T cells require the presence of antigens on the cell surface of an antigenpresenting cell to be recognized. Since these antigen-presenting cells must be encoded within the major histocompatibility complex (MHC), differentiation of 10 RAMON G. CANTO et al. self from nonself is enhanced. The T cells have specific receptors (TCR) which actually find the antigens.

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