T & B Cell Biology

T cells can wipe out infected or cancerous cells. They also direct the vulnerable response by helping B lymphocytes to exclude overrunning pathogens. B cells produce antibodies. B lymphocytes, also called B cells, produce a type of protein called an antibody. T cells are responsible for cell-mediated immunity. B cells, which mature in the bone marrow, are responsible for antibody-mediated immunity. The cell-mediated response begins when a pathogen is engulfed by an antigen-presenting cell, in this case, a macrophage.

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