Summary of How The Immune System ACTUALLY Works – IMMUNE

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The immune system is a complex biological system that is responsible for protecting the body from infections and disease. The system is composed of many different cells and organs that work together to identify and attack foreign invaders. The video discusses how the system works to fight various diseases and explains the importance of pre-ordering the book.

  • 00:00:00 The human immune system is the most complex biological system we know, and it plays a role in protecting us from infections and cancer. The immune system consists of hundreds of tiny and two large organs, and it has its own transport network spread throughout the body. Every day, it makes hundreds of billions of fresh cells organized like an army. The first stage of the immune system's response is the activation of macrophages. If an average cell with the size of a human is a macrophage, a stoic cell in principle, bacteria do annoy them. Within seconds, large cells attack bacteria and begin killing them without mercy. Then, the macrophages call for reinforcements, in your blood hundreds of thousands of neutrophils move to the battlefield. Neutrophils are intense suicide warriors that only live to kill. They're so enthusiastic about killing that they kill themselves a few days after birth. As soon as neutrophils arrive, they begin vomiting deadly chemicals of bacteria or devouring them. Some neutrophils go so far to push their suicide button and explode, casting wide and toxic nets made from their own DNA filled with deadly chemicals that trap and kill bacteria. Sometimes they can continue fighting after that even though they're sort of dead. This is how
  • 00:05:00 The immune system is composed of cells that have weapons to fight against specific diseases. The helper t cell recognizes the bacteria parts and activates the dendritic cell, which then activates the helper t cell. The helper t cell then begins to clone itself, and after a day or two, the right b cell is found and begins to clone itself. This process continues until there are enough clones and each b cell begins to pump out up to 2,000 antibodies per second. The antibodies clump the bacteria and make them unable to move or fight, while the soldiers massacre the defenseless victims. The process of the immune system fighting against the disease is described in detail, and it is explained that this is just the beginning of the story.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses how the immune system works and how it can fight enemies from cancer to HIV. The book will be out in six weeks, and pre-ordering is important.

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