Subject: Could white blood cells be grow to help fight viral diseases?
Date: Sun Feb 18 09:11:57 2001
Posted by Chris
Grade level: 10-12
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Area of science: Immunology
I would like to know if there is is any chance of producing large
quantities of the bits of our immune system which fight viruses. Could T cells
be grown in a culture? or perhaps antibodies could be manufactered by stimulating
a culture of these cells and then given to a sick patient?
Is this a possibility in the future?
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