What is the use of lymphocyte?
it is for immunity T-cell is for attack and B-cell is for anti body
The term "lymphocyte" can be translated to "white blood cell"--lymphocytes are just one of a few different types of white blood cells in the body. The normal lymphocyte count for an adult is between 1000 and 4800 cells per microliter; lymphocytopenia is a lymphocyte count lower than the norm. Lymphocytes are important to the human immune system, so a low lymphocyte count may mean you're more vulnerable to infection or other problems.
A high lymphocyte count could mean your body is thwarting off am infection. The flu is common for producing a high lymphocyte count. More serious illnesses such as tuberculosis, hepatitis can cause a high count as well. A high count could indicate a serious condition known as leukemia, which is why a high count will be monitored.