Common misspellings for t cell:
y cell, 6 cell, 5 cell, t xell, t vell, t fell, t dell, t cwll, t csll, t cdll, t crll, t c4ll, t c3ll, t cekl, t cepl, t ceol, t celk, t celp, t celo, rt cell, tr cell, tf cell, gt cell, tg cell, yt cell, ty cell, 6t cell, t6 cell, 5t cell, t5 cell, t xcell, t cxell, t vcell, t cvell, t fcell, t cfell, t dcell, t cdell, t cwell, t cewll, t csell, t cesll, t cedll, t crell, t cerll, t c4ell, t ce4ll, t c3ell, t ce3ll, t cekll, t celkl, t cepll, t celpl, t ceoll, t celol, t cellk, t cellp, t cello, tcell, t ell, t cll, t cel, tc ell, t ecll, t clel, t cell, tt cell, t ccell, t ceell, t celll, 4 cell, d cell, p cell, u cell, t0cell, t sell, t kell, t gell, t aell, t bell, t cull, t cmll, t call, t cgll, t cedl, t cehl, t cenl, t ceml, t celd, t celh, t celn, t celm, tsell, t c ell, t ce ll, t cel l.
Definition of t cell:
- a small lymphocyte developed in the thymus; it orchestrates the immune system's response to infected or malignant cells
- Lymphocytes responsible for cell- mediated immunity. Two types have been identified - cytotoxic ( T- LYMPHOCYTES, CYTOTOXIC) and helper T- lymphocytes ( T- LYMPHOCYTES, HELPER- INDUCER). They are formed when lymphocytes circulate through the thymus gland and differentiate to thymocytes. When exposed to an antigen, they divide rapidly and produce large numbers of new T cells sensitized to that antigen.