What Is A Lymphocyte? Defining Lymphocyte


What is a lymphocyte?

Lymphocytes are white blood cells that form a key part of the immune system, defending the body against infections and diseases by producing antibodies and targeting harmful agents.

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What is a lymphocyte and definition of lymphocyte

What's a lymphocyte?

Lymphocytes are tiny blood cells that fight infections. B cells make antibodies, while T cells attack invaders.

How do lymphocytes fight allergies?

Lymphocytes can overreact to harmless things like pollen, causing allergy symptoms like sneezing and itching.

Why are lymphocytes important for our health?

Lymphocytes help our immune system remember threats and respond better to future infections.

Where are lymphocytes found in the body?

Lymphocytes are in lymph nodes, spleen, thymus, and bone marrow, and part of our defense system.

Can allergies affect lymphocytes?

Yes, allergies can make lymphocytes release chemicals that lead to swelling and itching.

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