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T cell[′tē ‚sel]
One of a heterogeneous population of thymus-derived lymphocytes which participates in the immune responses. Also known as T lymphocyte.
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Variables affecting T-lymphocyte subsets
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Reference values of T-lymphocyte subsets
in umbilical cord blood.
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In situ demonstration of T-lymphocyte subsets
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