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A quick immune response that often eliminates the infection or keeps it in check until a specific acquired immune response can develop is called
a nonspecific response, including macrophages and other nonspecific white blood cells.
acquired immunity, which develops after antibodies bind to specific antigens.
the cell-mediated response in which T cells bind to antigen presenting cells (APCs).
the humoral response where B cells that develop in the bone marrow produce plasma B cells.