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Why is secondary immune response more intense than the primary immune response in humans? - Biology

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Why is secondary immune response more intense than the primary immune response in humans?

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The secondary immune response is more intense than the primary immune response in humans because the memory B cells deal with the invading microbes by producing antibodies. The cells of the body remember that they have previously encountered this type of infection.

Concept: Immunity
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