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In the cell-mediated immune response, T-lymphocytes divide and secrete

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antigens
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plasmogens
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C
collagens
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cytokines
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The correct option is D cytokines
Cytokines are cell-signalling molecules secreted by T-cells in cell-mediated immune response. These are often secreted by immune cells that have encountered a pathogen, thereby activating and recruiting further immune cells to increase the system's response to the pathogen.

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