Subject: How does a suppressor cell count virus?
Date: Mon Mar 12 07:58:12 2001
Posted by Joelle
Grade level: 10-12
City: endingen State/Province: aargau
Area of science: Immunology
okay: if there are some suppressor cells (or T-Helper cells) inside us:
how do they count the virus? I mean, they wanna know when they have to
stop the immun answer and so they have to know how many virus are still
inside. Then, they use a lymphokin to stop the reaction, I think.
Re: How does a suppressor cell count virus?
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