There are different types of B cell and T cell. both are lymphocytes, a subclass of white blood cell. the T cells are mainly used in identifying antigens and releasing chemicals which attact macrophages (big immune cells which 'eat' antigens), to destroy the antigen. B cells are used in the production of antibodies. when they encounter a new antigen, plasma cells and memory cells are formed from the devision of a B cell. the memory cell remembers the antigen and which antibody to use, while the plasma cell makes the antibodies to fight a particular antigen or class of antigens
The two main types of lymphocytes are the B lymphocytes and T lymphocytes. They are both types of white blood cells that are a part of one's immune system. B cells derive from bone marrow, while T cells mature from the thyroid. B cells produce antibody effector B cells and T cells activate cytotoxic and helper T cells to attack a pathogen in the body.
The medullary cords of a lymph node contain: reticular cells, lymphocytes, macrophages and plasma cells. It is important to understand that lymphocytes include both B cells and T cells. Note also that plasma cells derive from B cells. If asked a correct answer could be B cells and also plasma cells depending on the level of the material.
A special type of germ or disease fighting cell. White blood cells are the largest group of these type of cells. They are further divided into granulocytes and lymphocytes. Lymphocytes travel in the lymphatic vessels of the body. Lymphocytes are further divided into T and B type. Both types produce proteins that help the body fight germs.
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