Immune Cell Tests

Immune Cell Tests

Immune cells in humans go through a series of trials in a small organ in our chest called the thymus, to make sure they do not recognize human cells as foreign. Any cells that fail these tests are forced to kill themselves. 98% of the immune cells in our body fail this test.

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