What is the difference between cell-mediated immunity and humoral immunity? Give an example of each.

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Our Immune system shows different types of responses depending upon the infection or disease.

In Cell-mediated immunity, as the name suggests the immune system of the body makes use of certain cells like Natural Killer (NK) cells, Phagocytes (by a process called as Phagocytosis) and more specifically the T-cells or T Lymphocytes, to fight against foreign particles. In such an...

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