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Commentary - Research and Reports in Immunology (2023) Volume 6, Issue 10

T-Cells: Central Role in the Adaptive Immune Response

T cells are a kind of white cell. T cells are one amongst the key white blood cells of the system and play a central role within the accommodative immunologic response. T lymphocytes may be distinguished from alternative lymphocytes by the presence of T cell receptors (TCRs) on the cell surface. T cells are born from hematogenic stem cells found within the bone marrow. The developing T cells then migrate to the thymus and develop (or mature). T cells derive their name from the thymus. When migration to the thymus, the precursor cells mature into many distinct forms of T cells.

Author(s): Dmitry Hayday

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