B and T cell
This animation is a cross-sectional view of the interaction between a T cell (pink) and B cell (blue), two primary agents in adaptive immunity. The B cell presents an antigen to the T cell by displaying parts of the antigen, called peptides, on its surface. Following this, the B and T cells form ligands, activating both cells to proceed with the appropriate immune response.
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