Model-Based Assessment of the Contribution of T-Lymphocytes and T-cell to the Pharmacokinetics of Monoclonal Antibodies
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|Research & Reviews: A Journal of Pharmaceutical sciences Special Issues
Deadline for Manuscript Submission
|March 31st, 2022
Deadline for Publication
|April 15, 2022
Special Issue Description
Immune lymphocytes called T cells guard the body against infections and cancerous cells. Bone marrow serves as the source of T lymphocytes, which develop in the thymus. For cell-mediated immunity and the activation of immune cells to fight infection, they are crucial.
A lymphocyte is a classification of white blood cells that includes T cells. Against malignant cells and cells that have been infected by pathogens like bacteria and viruses, lymphocytes defend the body. T-cell lymphocytes are created from bone marrow stem cells. These immature T cells travel through the blood to the thymus. The primary purpose of the thymus, a lymphatic system organ, is to encourage the maturation of T lymphocytes. The thymus derives from what the "T" in T cell lymphocytes stands for.
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