T-8 cells means: T-8 cells are T cells which express CD8
transmembrane glycoprotein CD8+ T cells. They shut down
After invading organisms have invaded, the immune system is destroyed.
High concentrations of T cells in the suppressor are known to make them sensitive.
Lymphokine hormones are circulating and then release their own
After an immune response, lymphokines have achieved their goal.
All other participants in the immune system are notified to stop
They are attacked. Some memory B cells remain even after the signal.
To prevent a second attack from the invading organism. You can also refer to:
Also known as T-suppressor cell.
(in Medical Dictionary)