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medical illustration of A macrophage encounters the pathogen Klebsiella pneumonia bacteria, and ingests, processes and displays antigens on its surface. A T-Helper cell recognizes the antigen, causing it to release chemical messages called cytokines to recruit cytotoxic T-cells and B-cells, initiating the immune response. Chapter Opener for The Ultimate Bodypedia: An Amazing Inside-Out Tour of the Human Body, National Geographic Society.
Next medical illustration of Disease caused by decreased platelet production can be augmented by platelet-stimulating agents that interact with the transmembrane domains of the thrombopoietin receptors, thereby complementing native thrombopoietin that binds with the extracellular domains.

Platelet Stimulating Agent

A macrophage encounters the pathogen Klebsiella pneumonia bacteria, and ingests, processes and displays antigens on its surface. A T-Helper cell recognizes the antigen, causing it to release chemical messages called cytokines to recruit cytotoxic T-cells and B-cells, initiating the immune response. Chapter Opener for The Ultimate Bodypedia: An Amazing Inside-Out Tour of the Human Body, National Geographic Society.

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