A form of lymphocyte that is responsible for producing antibodies and autoantibodies.
One of the two classes of lymphocytes produced in bone marrow and in the lymphatic system. B-cells are responsible for producing antibodies for the immune system. When they clone and proliferate, they contribute to disease development and progression.
B-cells (B-lymphocytes) are part of the immune system. They originate in the bone marrow and mature into plasma cells that secrete antibodies, the proteins that recognize and attach to foreign substances known as antigens. B-cells play a key role in the development of certain forms of cancer and autoimmune disease.
Develop in the stems cells of bone marrow. They are responsible for producing antibodies to help protect the body from viruses.
white blood cells capable of producing antibodies in response to specific antigens.
Common term for B-lymphocytes cells.
A type of lymphocyte cell that secretes antibodies into the body's fluids, which ambush foreign cells (antigens) in the bloodstream.
lymphocytes that develop and mature in the bone marrow that produce plasma cells which make antibodies (humoral immunity)
The immune cells that produce antibodies. They normally require stimulation from T-cells before they begin antibody production.
white blood cells, made in the bone marrow, which produce antibodies upon instructions from T-cells, which blood cells manufactured in the thymus.
Lymphocytes responsible for humoral (fluid based) immunity and antibody production.
it is a lymphocyte stem cell that starts in the bone marrow and migrates to the spleen and lymph nodes. It helps in fighting off infection by producing antibodies that will destroy the invading cell.
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White blood cells that produce antibodies.
(bone marrow derived cells) White blood cells, also known as B-lymphocytes, that develop in the bone marrow and are capable of producing antibodies.
white blood cells which make antibodies, usually under instructions from the white blood cells called T-cells. B-cells are made in your bone marrow, wither directly or by division of cells originally made there, and so the name "B-cells."