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15 Closing Remarks T and B lymphocytes are effector cells of the cell mediated and humoral immune systems. B lymphocytes differentiated into plasma cells manufacture and secrete immunoglobin while subpopulations of T -lymphocytes are responsible either directly or indirectly for all aspects of the immune response. Immunological functions regulated or carried out by T-Iymphocytes include delayed hypersensitivity reactions, graft tissue rejection, viral growth inhibition, and regulation of immunoglobulin production and tolerance 1-6).

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