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2. T regulator cells

  • cells that are involved in with inhibiting or ending the immune response
  • cells that attack and destroy our own body cells that have been infected by a pathogen
  • cells that remain in the blood for a long time - provide long term immunity
  • cells that release signalling molecules to stimulate the immune response

3. cells that remain in the blood for a long time - provide long term immunity

  • T killer cells
  • B/T memory cells
  • T helper cells
  • T regulator cells

4. cells that release signalling molecules to stimulate the immune response

  • B memory
  • T killer
  • T helper
  • T regulator

5. B memory cells

  • cells that are involved in with inhibiting or ending the immune response
  • cells that remain in the blood for a long time - provide long term immunity
  • cells that attack and destroy our own body cells that have been infected by a pathogen
  • cells that release signalling molecules to stimulate the immune response

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