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Old 12-08-2012
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Pancreas Anti-Islet Antibodies

Approximately 90% of patients with juvenile diabetes have anti-islet cell antibodies in their blood. This antibody could facilitate the killing of insulin-producing cells by which of the following cell types?

A. B cells
B. CD4 T cells
C. CD8 T cells
D. Natural killer (NK) cells
E. Plasma cells
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Nk cells as they have receptor CD16 which binds to Fc portion of IgG.
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Nk cells as they have receptor CD16 which binds to Fc portion of IgG.
I agree NK cells.
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