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Unformatted text preview: function and relationship it has with organisms. I believe this article would be interesting in class because of the potential improvements that could branch off regeneration of the thymus, enticing the idealist in all of us. Learning how the thymus and bone marrow contributes to the immune system is also intriguing. Seeing how T cells have an immune memory, and that they pass on the immune repertoire, while creating new immune responses to combat different, new diseases and infections would be very interesting and stimulating. Although this article is very complicated and over my head, it is possible to still understand the very basics of the article. It could tie into our class while we cover the lymphatic , endocrine, and immune system during the physiology section....
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- Spring '08