How to use B-cell in a sentence

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  • The aim of this work was to determine reference values of normal B-cell subpopulations.

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  • Surprisingly, people with CVID will usually have a normal number of B cells, the type of white blood cells (B-cell lymphocytes) that make antibodies to fight infection.

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  • Combined immunodeficiency Combined B-cell and T-cell immunodeficiency is extremely serious and life-threatening.

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  • The rate of B cell maturation also decreases with age.

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  • Taken together, our results suggest that B-cell neoplasms can produce NO.

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  • Conversely, reduction of the trisomic B-cell clone was linked to clinical response to chemotherapy.

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  • The B cell leukemias are more common than T cell leukemias.

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  • In A-T children, B-cell responses are very weak, and levels of immunoglobulins, the proteins that B-cells make to fight infection by specific recognition of invading organisms, may also be low.

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  • B-cell (B lymphocyte)-A small white blood cell from bone marrow responsible for producing antibody and serving as a precursor for plasma cells.

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  • Children with X-linked SCID have low T-cell and natural killer (NK) cell levels but elevated B-cell levels.

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  • Mature B cells are capable of making antibodies and developing memory, a feature in which the B cell will rapidly recognize and respond to an infectious agent the next time it is encountered.

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