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T cells are isolated in the small intestine and are specific to certain diseases. T lymphocytes (T cells) are made in the bond marrow. T cells are then moved away from the bond marrow and are matured in the Thymus. T lymphocytes can bind to infected receptor cells and destroy them. T cells are involved in cell-mediated immunity, and play a huge role in the body's immune system. T lymphocytes also only react to parts of antigens, but not the whole antigen.
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