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The strength of an individual's immune system depends on the formation of "memory T cells," according to the Cornell team. These T cells remember pathogens they have previously encountered so that the next time they enter the body, they can respond to them quickly and effectively.
Adults create a large number of memory T cells during infection. Approximately 10% of these settle in a "long-lived memory pool," ready ...
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