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Once the virus is locked up by the antibodies and defeated by the killer T-cells, suppressor T-cells come in to stop the killer T-cells from harming regular cells.
Macrophages clean up the defeated virus!
Memory T-cells are like scribes. They keep track of all defeated viruses so that the next time Wilbur is faced with the swine flu, his immune system can put up a fight and get him healthy faster!
The immune system works hard to fight off viruses and bacteria, however, sometimes they still need a little help from antibiotics and immunizations!
Thanks immune system!
Lymphocytes are divided up into T-cells and B-cells. T-cells grow up in the thymus and later get split up into helper T-cells, killer T-cells, suppressor T-cells, and memory T-cells. While B-cells grow up in the bone marrow.
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