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Practice: Influenza is a virus that infects respiratory epithelial cells. If a cell is infected by influenza, in which of the following MHC classes will bits of influenza antigen be presented?

Practice: Mycobacterium tuberculosis causes tuberculosis by living inside of the lungs, though it does not cause intracellular infections. An immune cell phagocytoses and presents bits of M. tuberculosis in its MHC. Which of the following most identifies both the type of cell that has phagocytosed and presented this bit of M. tuberculosis and the type of MHC in which it is presenting the M. tuberculosis antigen?