lymphoid cell


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lym·phoid cell

white blood cells of the immune system.

lymphoid cell

An obsolete term for lymphocyte.
See also: cell
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The role of type 2 innate lymphoid cells in asthma.
Lymphoid cells obtained from normal (control) fish grew both in the presence and in the absence of PPD.
2] vge/mL and that 30% to 40% of them also carried HCV RNA in circulating lymphoid cells at levels between 10 and 1[0.
Table 1 indicates, however, that even after 2 weeks of daily exposure to the polysaccharide, non-NK lymphoid cells in the bone marrow were still decreased significantly (p < 0.
2014) Innate lymphoid cells regulate intestinal epithelial cell glycosylation.
The morphology comprises sheets of small lymphoid cells and histiocytes that obscure the underlying neoplastic cell content.
For the study, appearing in the journal Cell Reports, the team focused on lung cells called Group 2 innate lymphoid cells, or ILC2 cells -- which make cytokines, proteins that cause inflammation and mucus production in the lungs, making it harder to breathe.
These include a role of two types of cells invariant natural killer T (iNKT) cells and innate lymphoid cells (ILCs) which produce a range of cytokines like interleukin-4 (IL-4), IL-5, IL-13, interferon gamma (IFN g), IL-17, and IL-22.
A, Centroblast-like, atypical lymphoid cells with frequent mitosis and scattered apoptotic bodies.
Researchers from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute in Melbourne found that particular immune cells, called innate lymphoid cells, were suppressed in the presence of testosterone.
The allergy-inducing immune cells, called innate lymphoid cells, live in the lungs, skin, and other organs.
This project aims to reveal how the microbiome modulates immune system focusing on recently discovered, but poorly understood innate lymphoid cells (ILCs).