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What are the functions of T cells in cell mediated immunity?



A. Helper T cells stimulate B cells
B. T cells attach to infected cells for transport to the kidneys in order to be excreted in urine
C. They alert WBCs of foreign objects
D. Helper T cells (CD4) stimulate Killer T cells (CD8) which are cytotoxic and lyse infected cells, malignant cells, or foreign tissue. Memory T cells remember for future invasion

This question is part of MedSurg Blood, Lymph & Immune
Asked by Kannk, Last updated: May 21, 2020

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John Adney

John Adney

Answered Oct 10, 2017

Helper T cells (CD4) stimulate Killer T cells (CD8) which are cytotoxic and lyse infected cells, malignant cells, or foreign tissue. Memory T cells remember for future invasion

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Jul 12, 2017

Helper T cells (CD4) stimulate Killer T cells (CD8) which are cytotoxic and lyse infected cells, malignant cells, or foreign tissue. Memory T cells remember for future invasion

Cell-mediated immunity only involves T cells.
 

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