B cell

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a lymphocyte derived from bone marrow that provides humoral immunity

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It is generally agreed that the normal T- to B-lymphocyte ratio in the peripheral blood is about 4:1, and the CD4 to CD8 ratio is about 2:1.
Effect of zinc fortified apricots on b-lymphocytes of rabbits (%)
6% in patients of both groups, as well the growth of absolute number of B-lymphocytes was observed.
PRTX-100 has the ability, at very low concentrations, to bind to and to regulate activation of human B-lymphocytes and macrophages which are the key cells mediating inflammation in certain autoimmune diseases.
Follicular lymphoma is a type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma and develops when the body makes abnormal white blood cells that fight infection, called B-lymphocytes.
The IBDV actively replicates in B-lymphocytes that found in medullary region of bursa of Fabricius (BF) which its target.
PRTX-100 binds to human B-lymphocytes and macrophages and modulates immune processes pertaining to inflammation seen in autoimmune diseases.
PRTX-100 has the ability, at very low concentrations, to bind to human B-lymphocytes and macrophages and to modulate immune processes.
Besides a screening for autoimmune background, we naturally performed bone marrow examination to rule out hematologic disorders, which incidentally revealed low-percentage of monoclonal B-lymphocytes.
In the new study, the researchers found that C/EBPa changes the chromatin and the proteome of B-lymphocytes to make it receptive to the action of the four gene factors.
The uccess of a potential vaccine depends on the ability of the immunogen to bind with cells called B-lymphocytes and to activate them so that they produce antibodies.
T-lymphocytes develop from a common lymphoid progenitor in the bone marrow that also gives rise to B-lymphocytes, but those progeny destined to give rise to T-cells leave the bone marrow and migrate to the thymus.
CD80, also known as B7-1 or CD28 ligand, is a surface molecule involved in activation of B-lymphocytes [16].
Material and Methods: The present experimental work was design to analyze the concentration and time dependent effect of mercuric chloride on the chemical modulation of T and B-lymphocytes GSH of human blood.
B-lymphocytes are cells that are part of the body's immune system and help to defend the body against infections.