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Acquired Immunity: Cellular Aspects
Acquired immunity is dependent on two other types of lymphocytes: T cells and B cells. T cells develop primarily in the thymus gland and B cells develop primarily in the bone marrow, accounting for their names (Figure 14.13). Much of the cellular aspect of acquired immunity is the province of the T cells, whereas much of the molecular aspect depends on the activities of the B cells.
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