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Helper-inducer T cell

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noun

A T cell bearing the CD4, and functions by inducing the nearby cell to differentiate, as in triggering precursor T cells to differentiate into mature T cells.


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This type of T cell is severely decreased in number in patients suffering from AIDS.


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See also: T cell


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