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Question: What are T cells?
Asked by Diti to Francis on 13 Mar 2018. This question was also asked by Paulito2005.
answered on 13 Mar 2018:
They are a class of immune cells which have a particular structure on their surface called a TCR (for T-cell receptor). They’re very good at activating other immune cells, and killing infected or cancerous cells.
Paulito2005 commented on 16 Mar 2018:
Where do T cells come from?
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