Unformatted text preview: transfusions, and diseases resulting from over-reaction (autoimmune, allergies) and under-reaction (AIDS). Lymphocytes White blood cells known as lymphocytes arise from by mitosis of stem cells in the bone marrow. Some lymphocytes migrate to the thymus and become T cells that circulate in the blood and are associated with the lymph nodes and spleen. B cells remain in the bone marrow and develop before moving into the circulatory and lymph systems. B cells produce antibodies....
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- Fall '10
- Biology, Bone marrow, white blood cell, nonspecific responses