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No, monocytes are part of the innate/non-specific immune system. Plasma cells are differentiated B cells that produce antibodies. These antibodies are specific to a particular antigen.
Natural killer cells kill tumour cells as well as infected cells that have been coated with antibodies, known as antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity. NK cells are part of the innate/non-specific immune system.
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