what is the difference between CD4 and CD8 cells?
Posted on: 7/4/2013 2:45:42 PM Posted By: anyosop Membership Level: Silver Total Points: 401
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There are two main types of T-cells. T-4 cells, also called CD4, are “helper” cells. They lead the attack against infections. T-8 cells (CD8) are “suppressor” cells that end the immune response. CD8 cells can also be “killer” cells that kill cancer cells and cells infected with a virus.
05 Jul 2013 @ 10:56
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