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HIV infects cells with CD4 proteins on them. These are mostly lymphocytes and macrophages, and cells derived from monocytes such as dendritic cells.

It depends what sort of pathogen it is and what cells are infected but in general the infected cell is destroyed by lymphocytes and then engulfed by a phagocyte to get rid of what is left.

The function of lymphocytes are to prevent and eliminate the threats in our human body. It is capable of identifying if a cell is normal or infected. It also acts as an ANTIGEN.

The immune system is infected when attacked by the Ebola virus.

Once infected, it is always there.

By being infected with the AIDS virus.

AIDS or Aquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome is caused due to infection by The HIV virus. This virus drastically effects our immune system. There are two kinds of lymphocytes (antibody realeasing WBC'S): - B-Lymphocytes- which travel around the body releasing antibodies. -T-Lymphocytes- which are responsible for fighting infection The HIV virus infects the T-Lymphocytes and takes control over the genetic material of the body forcing the production of more virus cells. As the host cell dies it produces more HIV viruses which go on to effect other cells of the body. Slowly the entire immune system of our body is crippled and the body becomes exposed to diseases such as pneumonia and certain cancers>

Once infected, the virus is always in the body.

Once infected, the virus does not leave the body.

Once infected, the virus does not leave the body.

you can catch the ebola virus anywhere we come in contact with body fluids of infected people.

Once infected, it does not leave the body.

HIV is a virus, and can't be removed from the body once infected.

Saliva has no Aids or HIV in an infected person but everything else can spread the virus.

Lymphocytes arise in red bone marrow, they then mature into T cells or B cells, when actived the mature cells attack infected cell

Your body benefits when a white blood cell kills a cell that has been infected by a virus because the cells that was infected is no longer able to infect other cells with the bacteria. If the cell is not killed the virus in the cell will infect other cells. this may cause diseases that can be life threatening.

It will enter the body through either through sex or through infected blood.

mosquitos that are infected with the disease. they inject the disease into your body when they bite you.

Yes; once infected, the virus will always live in the body.

Once infected with HPV, the virus always remains in the body.

Skin-to-skin contact with an infected person, at the location where the virus is active, during a time when they are shedding virus.

Once infected with a virus, the virus will remain in the body. The bacterial STDs (and Trich, a protozoa) can basically be killed with an antibiotic. It is gone from the body. If the bacteria is again introduced into the body, it will then re-infect the body and antibiotics will need to be taken to cure the infection. It is like strep throat; you can be re-infected many times and you will continue to get antibiotics to kill the bacteria each time you are infected.

Cancer cells and virus infected body cells can be killed before activation of adaptive immunity by natural killer cells. These may be noted as NK cells in literature.

Vaccines contain a 'dead' or weakened form of a virus. The immune system will still respond as if the virus were a threat (when it is completely harmless) and will destroy it, generating lymphocytes that will 'recognise' the virus if it ever enters the body again, allowing rapid destruction if the virus ever enters the body again.

when someone coughs or sneezes they release millions of tine droplets of water, blood, and mucous. if that person has TB then the virus will be in those droplets, if you breath in those droplets you could become infected.

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