The Cells at Work! Special Episode, "The Common Cold," is now streaming on Crunchyroll! Tired of repeating the same task (cell division) day after day, the. Cells at Work! Staffel 1 (OmU) Folge 1 (OmU.). Erscheinungsdatum Schaue jetzt auf gallery-samagra.com Cells at Work! (japanisch はたらく細胞 Hataraku Saibō, deutsch ‚Zellen bei der Arbeit') ist der Titel einer seit laufenden Mangaserie von Akane Shimizu.
Cells at Work! - Vol. 1 (Mediabook)Cells at Work! 1 | Shimizu, Akane, Höfler, Burkhard | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Cells at Work! ist der Titel einer seit laufenden Mangaserie von Akane Shimizu, die im menschlichen Körper spielt und hauptsächlich den Blutkreislauf und das Immunsystem behandelt. Die Hauptfiguren des Werks sind ein anthropomorphes rotes und. Cells at Work! Staffel 1 (OmU) Folge 1 (OmU.). Erscheinungsdatum Schaue jetzt auf gallery-samagra.com
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Show HTML View more styles. Episodes Seasons. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Karen Strassman Narrator 19 episodes, Mamiko Noto Narration 14 episodes, Morgan Berry NK Cell 14 episodes, Griffin Burns Dendritic Cell 14 episodes, Ray Carsillo 14 episodes, Ray Chase Helper T Cell 14 episodes, Khoi Dao Cancer Cell 14 episodes, Robbie Daymond Killer T Cell 14 episodes, Darrel Delfin Additional Voices 14 episodes, Kellen Goff Platelet 14 episodes, Billy Kametz White Blood Cell 14 episodes, Erik Scott Kimerer B Cell 14 episodes, Christian La Monte Neutrophil U 14 episodes, Cherami Leigh Red Blood Cell 14 episodes, Landon McDonald Streptococcus Pyogenes 14 episodes, Erica Mendez Regulatory T Cell 14 episodes, Kayli Mills Eosinophil 14 episodes, Laura Post Macrophage 14 episodes, Bill Rogers Pseudomonas Aeruginosa 14 episodes, Laura Megan Stahl Effector T-Cell 14 episodes, Kana Hanazawa Red Blood Cell 13 episodes, Tomoaki Maeno White Blood Cell Neutrophil 13 episodes, Akinori Egoshi White Blood Cell 10 episodes, Daisuke Ono Killer T Cell 9 episodes, Maria Naganawa Edit Storyline The human body consists of approximately 37 trillion cells.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia Killer T Cell is voiced by Daisuke Ono. Daisuke Ono also voice the third JoJo, Jotaro Kujo from JoJo Bizzare Adventure : Stardust Crusader made from the same studio, David Production.
Quotes White Cell : The instant that red blood cell walked away, my receptor stopped going crazy. Connections Spin-off Cells at Work!
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July 20, . July 20, . Inside a human body, a red blood cell, named AE, is rescued from a sudden attack from a group of Pneumococcus bacteria by a white blood cell, named U Later, as AE tries to find her way to the lungs to make the delivery, she discovers one of the bacteria has escaped and is planning an attack on the lungs, so she and U accompany each other to the lungs to pursue it.
Upon reaching the lungs and parting ways with U, AE discovers Pneumococcus had been hiding in her package the entire time, waiting to target red blood cells for their nutrients.
However, U, who had caught onto the bacterium's plan, arrives in time and lures the bacterium into a trap, where he is ultimately sneezed out of the lungs.
The red blood cells find themselves in trouble when the vessel they are traveling on is broken by a skin abrasion, with U and the other white blood cells forced to deal with all the germs that come through as a result.
As the bacteria plot to eliminate all the neutrophils before backup can arrive, the white blood cells manage to defeat them while the platelets arrive to clot the wound, preventing more germs from getting inside.
Afterwards, the platelets round up several blood cells and force them to be part of the clot, much to their chagrin. Naive T Cell is patrolling the body for influenza virus proliferation.
But since he's never taken on the enemy before, he's completely terrified and useless. He finally ends up fleeing the battlefield, where the veteran Killer T Cells, Neutrophils and Macrophages are battling.
Naive T Cell is filled with self-loathing until Dendritic Cell sees him and speaks to him kindly. This encouragement transforms him into Effector T Cell, a much braver and stronger form that joins the other immune cells in wiping out the influenza virus.
However, a surviving virus mutates into Type A and proliferates again, so the fighting goes on. A band of Vibrio bacteria invades the stomach. Basophil warns the immune cells about it, but confuses everyone by speaking cryptically.
The immune cells defeat the invaders, but one of them, Eosinophil, was unable to land any good hits and had to be rescued.
The other cells mock her as a weakling, except AE and U The stomach then gets invaded by a massive Anisakis parasite.
The immune cells are no match for it, but Eosinophil explains she is designed to battle parasites and kills it with a single stab. The other cells apologize for making fun of her and praise her as a heroine.
The body inhales cedar pollen, which unleashes gigantic allergens. Though U points out the creatures are mindless and non-malicious, Memory Cell claims they bring impending doom.
B Cell easily defeats the allergens, but Mast Cell releases a profuse amount of histamines within the body, which causes violent allergic reactions that damage the surroundings.
Just as everyone blames Mast Cell for the destruction, the body takes a steroid to treat the allergy. The steroid appears in the form of a robot that indiscriminately destroys its surroundings until it loses power.
The survivors realize all of this was caused by following Memory Cell's claims and trying to attack the allergens. Later, U saves a Normal Cell from a Cancer Cell.
The Normal Cell explains there are more Cancer Cells in his apartment complex. The Normal Cell leads U, Killer T Cell, and NK Cell to his apartment, but Killer T Cell continually trades spats with NK Cell and stubbornly refuses to work with her.
The group splits up and once they are alone, NK Cell reveals she knew the Normal Cell was actually a Cancer Cell in disguise. NK Cell battles the Cancer Cell, who is able to shapeshift and spread into the surrounding environment.
Meanwhile, U and Killer T Cell run into Cancer Cell's multiplying clones. The Cancer Cells order massive quantities of nutrients to be delivered to the apartment to greedily sustain themselves, but AE feels suspicious and alerts the rest of the immune system.
The original Cancer Cell wants to destroy the body for designating him to die as soon as he was born. U, Killer T Cell and NK Cell are cornered and about to be killed, until the other immune cells arrive.
All the Cancer Cells are wiped out, with NK Cell delivering the final blow against the original one, but he vows revenge before dying in front of U AE becomes tired of always getting lost and resolves to circulate the body without guidance.
After a difficult journey, she manages to travel through the heart, then the lungs to exchange carbon dioxide with oxygen, then to the body's cells to exchange oxygen with carbon dioxide.
U clandestinely followed her and helped return her dropped notes and hat, then killed some germs who tried to ambush her, all without her noticing his presence.
U later tells Killer T Cell that he has gained an appreciation for all the hard work the Red Blood Cells do every day and hopes the immune cells can live in harmony with other cells, but Killer T Cell angrily punches him and orders him to get back to work.
AE meets U and tells him how her day went. Killer T Cell walks around seeing several immune cells mingling with other cells and irritably denies being envious.
As Killer T Cell and Helper T Cell get into an argument about the former's harsh training methods, Dendritic Cell shares his photo album with the Naive T Cells and explains the two's shared past.
While training in the Thymus, the young Helper T Cell and Regulatory T Cell easily passed all the hand to hand combat and obstacle courses, but the young Killer T Cell struggled.
The young Helper T Cell was disdainful of him for this, but eventually gave him advice that helped him pass the final test. Killer T Cell vowed to become a worthy defender of the body, while Helper T Cell decided to become a commander.
In the present, Killer T Cell and Helper T Cell notice the photo album. Severely embarrassed, they both try unsuccessfully to take it from Dendritic Cell in order to burn it.
Regulatory T Cell muses that they are both still morons as they were in training. AE is rescued from a germ by a mysterious immune cell called Monocyte, who doesn't speak and wears a hazmat suit.
Later, the nasal cavity gets invaded by a band of Staphylococcus aureus. Vowing revenge for one of their number who was killed in "Scrape Wound", they combine their bodies into a powerful giant who is able to trap the white blood cells in a net of fibrin.
A squad of Monocytes appears and sheds their hazmat suits to reveal that they are Macrophages; Monocytes being one of the many roles they play.
The Macrophages easily defeat the invaders. As the white blood cells thank the Macrophages for saving everyone, AE asks one of them how they fit their enormous dresses inside the hazmat suits, but she tells her it is a secret.
The body suffers from heat stroke, leading to a heat wave inside and the supply of fluids being depleted. To make matters worse, a Bacillus cereus bacterium, who is not bothered by the heat, invades the body.
While the other cells struggle to cope with the extreme heat, U pursues the bacterium, but grows fatigued. Just when it seems that all is lost, the body gets an injection of fluids, reviving everyone and allowing U to kill the bacterium.
A commercial version of episode 11 in which the threat of heat stroke is averted thanks to the arrival of Pocari Sweat sports drink. AE is assigned to be a mentor to a new red blood cell named NT, but finds herself out of her depth.
AE is embarrassed when she gets them lost several times and finds that NT seems to already know about the body, and that she prefers to do her job as efficiently as possible and not associate with non red blood cells.
The body suffers a head injury which results in massive blood loss. NT starts to panic due to the change in her perfect schedule, but AE manages to get her back on track.
As the body temperature begins to drop, U defeats germs that entered through the injury, then is horrified to realize the number of red blood cells have depleted.
The platelets struggle to seal the head wound, but increased blood pressure causes even more blood cells to be lost. With so few red blood cells, there are not enough to deliver oxygen to all the cells, and they start to die.
The body temperature drops drastically, leading to a blizzard inside. NT falls into despair, and rants that their actions are pointless and the body will die, but AE refuses to give up.
The body receives a blood transfusion. The new red blood cells, though confused by their new surroundings, agree to help deliver oxygen, saving the body.
As the body's structures are rebuilt, NT apologizes for looking down on AE AE and everybody else gets back to their normal routine. A Normal Cell who is bored of his monotonous duties and annoyed by his rowdy Killer T Cell neighbors is befriended by a mysterious cell who doesn't speak and wears a strange hat.
The two have fun pulling pranks on various cells. Eventually, the stranger reveals himself to be a cell infected by a virus, with his hat being the replicating virus.
He attempts to infect the Normal Cell, but the immune cells arrive in time to wipe out the virus. After identifying the virus as Rhinovirus The Common Cold , the immune cells lecture the Normal Cell to study so that he can identify pathogens in the future.
Now appreciative of his neighbors, the Normal Cell invites the immune cells to a game of badminton. While chasing a germ that thinks its cuteness will protect it, U meets Backward-Cap, a novice platelet who aims to become stronger.
A sudden incident in the temple's area causes a breaking of capillaries, and the platelets must stop the internal hemorrage, with some coaxing from Megakaryocyte cell that produces platelets.
Megakaryocyte at first berates them for being weak, then motivates them by offering medals. The platelets form human chains to reach across the injury and seal it with a clot.
The small intestine gets invaded by Campylobacter bacteria who take an Intestinal Epithelial Cell hostage. The white blood cells surrender and give in to the bacteria's demands to humiliate themselves.
However, they were slowly luring the bacteria to a Peyer's patch where the bacteria are ambushed and destroyed.
Afterwards, Killer T Cell apologizes to U, but retracts his apology when U realizes he forgot about AE and NT and rushes over to check on them.
The bacteria had also killed several Neutrophils and turned them into pus. A young hair cell almost gives in to despair and says they are only one hair and unimportant, but U tells him every individual is important.
U fights the bacteria, but their king can regenerate indefinitely due to the sebum he consumes. Drawing on U's words, the child encourages his brethren that they can help by producing an overload of sebum.
The king gets so engorged that he can barely move, allowing U to kill him. U nearly drowns in the sebum, but survives. Later, Normal Cell accidentally drops one of the remaining two into a storm drain.
U sadly remarks that he has no authority over the immune response so he can't tell the other immune cells not to attack that bacterium if they mistake it for hostile, reducing Normal Cell to tears as he insults the immune cells for being heartless.
Just then, NK Cell arrives. NK Cell attacks Normal Cell for insulting the immune cells, but U defuses the situation. Dendritic Cell rescues the lactic acid bacterium that fell into the storm drain and cares for it.
The small intestine gets attacked by influenza. The virus has mutated and are unaffected by the immune cells' attacks, causing NK Cell to collapse in despair.
The lactic acid bacterium produces Polysaccharides that power up Dendritic Cell and help him produce Cytokines , portrayed as embarrassing photos that shock the immune cells and motivate them to become stronger and wipe out the virus.
After bidding farewell to the bacterium, Normal Cell apologizes the U and gives him permission to take the last bacterium he has.
NK Cell informs U that Cancer Cell has returned. A naive and idealistic rookie red blood cell named AA starts his first day of work and is overwhelmed by the state of the body he works in.
The blood vessels are clogged by cholesterol, the red blood cells are not allowed to take breaks, and everybody is grumpy and rude due to the body being under stress.
Delivering oxygen with a veteran red blood cell, they face a carbon monoxide cloud and are saved from a group of Pneumococcus bacteria by a white blood cell named U The weary veteran entrusts AA with the body before committing suicide by running into the carbon monoxide.
U leads AA to the lungs, which are contaminated with tar, and horrifies him when she explains that the body is addicted to smoking cigarettes.
AA tries to deliver oxygen to a mouth ulcer that gets invaded by bacteria. He is saved by U and other white blood cells, then the body gargles to flush the bacteria out.
The other white blood cells tease AA for being scrawny when they notice he is attracted to U Later, the body ingests alcohol, making the red blood cells drunk.
An elder red blood cell leads them to the liver, depicted as a Red-light district , where the hepatocytes feed them ADH and then ALDH to detoxify them of Acetaldehyde.
Still haunted by his mentor's death, AA angrily rants that the red blood cells work hard and risk their lives every day while the hepatocytes get off easy, but the elder takes him backstage to show him that the hepatocytes are also stressed out and overworked.
Shortly afterwards, the elder passes away from old age and is devoured by a Kupffer cell to recycle his nutrients. AA apologizes to his hepatocyte hostess, who forgives and kisses him, embarrassing him when U catches them together.
U warns them to be careful because the liver is at risk of developing Cirrhosis. The next day, the red blood cells suffer from hangovers, then complain when the body takes Hair of the dog.
Following the body's arousal, AA is summoned to the male reproductive organ's Corpora-Cavernosa to produce an erection. He is bullied by veteran Erythrocytes cutting in line and saved by U Along with two other Neutrophils they go to the testes, depicted as a nursery for spermatogonia where Sertoli cells take care of them.
Later, accumulated stress impairs the erection but there is an intake of Sildenafil Viagra. Ejaculaton is achieved but intercourse allowed an infection by Gonococci.
AA comforts some Platelets terrified by the Gonococci infection. After taking several casualties, the Neutrophils retreat and regroup in a lymph node, but their captain warns that Gonorrhea has no chance of healing naturally.
Several cells accuse the Neutrophils of not doing their jobs. Meanwhile AA and a teammate deliver oxygen to the infested area, and find the Neutrophils being overwhelmed and captured by Gonococci.
The Gonococci point out that the other cells don't appreciate the Neutrophils and propose that they join forces to destroy the body.
When they refuse, the Gonococci are about to kill their captives when AA distracts them with a speech about how he appreciates the Neutrophils.
Just then Penicillin is administered orally, weakening the Gonococci's cell walls and allowing them to be defeated. The fallen Neutrophils are disposed of as pus in the urine.
Upon reading the battle report, T-Cells blame the Neutrophils for the body's weak state. Neutrophils took heavy casualties during the Gonococci's infection, so Killer T Cells are overworked.
AA delivers oxygen to Hair Matrix cells and bumps into U exercising despite her injuries. While the two reminisce about the battle between the Neutrophils and the bacteria and she thanks him for saving her life by distracting the Gonococci, she gets berated by passing Killer T Cells who later go haywire and attack the Hair cells after mistaking them for cancer cells, causing the hair to begin falling out.
AA organizes the red blood cells to deliver oxygen to the hair cells, hoping to sustain them. Helper T cell makes things worse by releasing Cytokines to make the Killer T Cells go even more berserk, and things only calm down by administration of Steroids - depicted as battle droids that restrain the T Cells.
Afterwards AA questions the point of working hard, while a healed U overhears cells talking about the incident with the T Cells. Yet another problem arises, this time in the urinary tract.
AA goes to the kidneys to be bathed and finds that the Glomeruli are also overworked and stressed, but their leader, Gran, refuses to let them rest or complain, saying the kidneys are silent organs.
The body gets a one-centimeter kidney stone, tearing the ureter and causing several blood cells to get lost in the urine.
The body gets a tube inserted through the urethra that breaks the stone, but it also allows bacteria to invade. While the Neutrophils hold them off, AA returns to the kidneys and urges them to evacuate, but Gran refuses to allow them.
The Glomeruli start complaining. Gran sacrifices herself to shield one of them from a bacterium before U is able to kill it. Before she dies, Gran apologizes for pushing them so hard, but their work is vital to the body.
The Neutrophils are losing until the body takes antibiotics, so the bacteria are defeated. As the Glomeruli cry over Gran's death, AA, who had become very dirty because of the ordeal, chooses to skip a bath and continue delivering oxygen to give them a break.
Some of the oxygen delivered turns into ROS , damaging the cells and causing them to blame the red blood cells. AA gets an award for delivering the most oxygen out of the rookies, causing one of his friends, AC, to become jealous.
The two find that the hair has not regrown and deliver oxygen to a dying sebaceous cell, but ROS from AC's delivery causes bad body odor.
Now extremely resentful of AA's successes, AC falls in with the veterans who bullied them and they get him addicted to caffeine and arginine, boosting his energy and allowing him to match AA's pace.
AA rejects the drugs, pointing out the power boost is temporary, then they will crash. The body suffers a nosebleed.
As the blood cells try to resist being sucked outside, AC crashes and runs out of strength. He admits AA was right and resigns himself to die, but AA saves him and says having him for a friend was what motivated him to be successful.
Later, the bullies invite AC to partake of the drugs again, but he rejects them, having beaten the addiction.