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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Di Santo, "The expanding family of innate lymphoid cells: regulators and effectors of immunity and tissue remodeling," Nature Immunology, vol.
Voehringer, "Interactions between innate lymphoid cells and cells of the innate and adaptive immune system," Frontiers in Immunology, vol.
IL-33 is more potent than IL-25 in provoking IL-13-producing nuocytes (type 2 innate lymphoid cells) and airway contraction.
Lymphoid cells obtained from normal (control) fish grew both in the presence and in the absence of PPD.
We found that more than 80% of these individuals were serum HCV RNA positive at levels usually not exceeding 1[0.sup.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.sup.4] vge per 1[0.sup.7] cells (see Figure 1).
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 < 0.001), while the absolute numbers of all other hemopoietic cells in the bone marrow remained steadfastly at control levels.
Reiss et al., "Glucagon-like peptide 1 signaling inhibits allergen-induced lung IL-33 release and reduces group 2 innate lymphoid cell cytokine production in vivo," The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 2018.
(2011) The expanding family of innate lymphoid cells: regulators and effectors of immunity and tissue remodeling.
CBC revealed leukocytosis (19,000 m[m.sup.-3]), 71% atypical lymphoid cells with nuclei showing opened-up chromatin and a moderate quantity of cytoplasm mimicking lymphoblast/lymphoma cells, and an Hb of 11g d[L.sup.-1] and PLT of 145,000 m[m.sup.-3].
For example, in the widening of the unmethylated region seen in the case of the lymphoid cell, the direction of the widening was toward the area occupied by the underlying gene, which in this case was a gene encoding a B cell surface marker called CD22.
Morar et al., "Interleukin-5-producing group 2 innate lymphoid cells control eosinophilia induced by interleukin-2 therapy," Blood, vol.
Although ADA activity is present in all cell types, it is extensive in lymphoid tissues, thymus and peripheral lymphocytes and is directly correlated with the differentiation level of lymphoid cells. Therefore, ADA is considered as the nonspesific indicator of cellular immunity and T lymphocyte activation (Baganha et al., 1990; Cristalli et al., 2001; Boonyagars and Kiertiburanakul, 2010; Suchitra et al., 2009).