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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of dendritic

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of dendritic:
/dɛndɹɪtɪk/

Derived Form of dendritic

adjective
comparitive: more dendritic
superlative: most dendritic
Adjective
1
(neuroscience) of or relating to or resembling a dendrite
See alsodendrite,

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  1. And it's called dendritic because dendritic means tree-like
  2. The last cells of our innate immune system are the dendritic cells.
  3. The dendritic cells pass on this information to our T cells.
  4. Some T-cells take signals from the dendritic cells or macrophages, and are thus called
  5. Something crazy that you know to sea stars joined with the long dendritic chain
  6. The dendritic cell gets active, it reacts to the signals of the soldiers and starts collecting samples from the enemies.
  7. Now the dendritic cell makes a crucial decision.
  8. It's looking for a helper T cell that can bind the parts of the intruders which the dendritic cell has presented on its membrane.
  9. and a dendritic tree by giving a fractal instruction,
  10. meeting the dendritic cell,
  11. So the dendritic cell is also an antigen presenting cell,
  12. So here we have our dendritic cell joining it's cousins.
  13. There is actually two types of dendritic cell, one that's produced from another route,
  14. after it sees an antigen from the dendritic cell
  15. so it's only the T cell that binds strongly to the antigen on the dendritic cell
  16. - These have these little dendritic,
  17. And that's called the dendritic cell.
  18. So we have an image here of a dendritic cell.
  19. So that means the dendritic cell has an extra switch
  20. And so now that we know how important dendritic cells are,