Lymphoid tissues are the home of the immune system. The immune system is essential for protection against bacterial and viral invasion and against significant cellular changes.
KeywordsMigration Inhibition Factor Lymphoid Cell Cellular Immunity Normal Lymphocyte Antibody Molecule
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