HIV destroys helper T-cells | Biology | Anatomy | Immunology
Helper T cell receptors, activation, proliferation, differentiation & action
T helper 3 cells (Th3) are white blood cells of the lymphocyte type. They are involved in regulating the body's immune response. The function of T helper cells generally is to mediate the immune response by secreting cytokines and interacting with B-cells to enhance or inhibit their activity. This is of particular importance in the gut as this is where the highest load of foreign material, food, is present.
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