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Which describes T cells? They produce chemicals to fight infection and later produce chemicals to “turn off” the immune system. They produce chemicals that suppress other T cells and B cells. They produce antibodies to fight infection and later die. They produce chemicals to cause infection and later produce chemicals to “turn on” the immune system.

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Kaitlin Dean on November 27, 2018

Option correct answer is:they produce chemicals to fight the infection and then produce chemicals to "turn off" the immune system.T-cells are subtypes of white blood cells in our body. Its function includes the cell-mediated immunity. Have a T-cell receptor on the surface of the cell. Develop in a small organ called the thymus gland.

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