All right for this question. We got to diagnose somebody, and after I identify which leukocyte, they're gonna have the most of based upon their symptoms. So they have allergy symptoms, and I'm just gonna write that there, and we'll come back to what those symptoms might look like. What we're gonna do is in your chapter. It identifies different Lucas sites and says specifically what they, um, attack. And so whatever they attack, that's when most of them are gonna show up. So one type Oh, are Monta sites, mon asides, fight off viruses, fungal infections, tuberculosis and some forms of leukemia. All right, and then neutrophils, uh, in general, just fight off infection, specifically bacteria and then natural killer cells. These are specific immunity sales. They could fight off, um, viral cells and other foreign invaders. Scroll a little bit here, and then bass Ifill's respond to inflammation. Produce an inflammation response. Now, if you think about somebody that has an allergy, they're not being attacked by a virus or bacteria or any of those things. So none of these are actually be right. What happens when you are allergic to something as you could have an allergic reaction and inflammation can happen, right? So if you see someone eat something, um, they're allergic to it can be scary because the broken swell up. Oh, or if someone's allergic like a bee sting, their body can swell up in whatever part they get stung by, well, that is being caused by this inflammation response specifically from basil fills. And so someone that's having an allergic response like this patient is going to have an increased amount of basic feels that be your correct answer.