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Subject: how does a suppressor cell stop an immune answer?

Date: Fri Feb 2 14:02:15 2001
Posted by joelle
Grade level: 10-12 School: sixth-form-college
City: Endingen State/Province: aargau Country: switzerland
Area of science: Immunology
ID: 981140535.Im

There are ciller cells which start the immune answer by using  
"messenger" substances (I've no idea what's the english expression 
for lymphokine) . So I think the suppressor cell stop it the same way 
around. And by the way: What's the difference between a 
B-"memory"-cell and a T-"memory" cell? (I'm sorry, I don't know the 
english names...)
Thanks joelle

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