Cellular Basics

Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells

What are B cells?

B cells (also called B lymphocyte cells) look for antigens to match their receptors—and once they find them, a signal inside the B cell is set off. With the help of proteins from the T cells, they becomes active, dividing and producing clones. This produces two cell types:


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