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During an immune response to a bacterial infection, innate immunity becomes activated first. However, the bacteria is not cleared within a few days, so an adaptive immune response is initiated. There are many phases to an adaptive immune response.

What is the MOST likely end result of an adaptive immune response to a specific antigen?

A

Immunological memory.

B

Antigen elimination.

C

Lymphocyte activation.

D

Antigen recognition.

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