Follicular B cells
Follicular B cells populate the B cell follicles of the spleen and lymph nodes, associating with follicular dendritic cells. They have a mature B cell phenotype that is distinct from other B cell populations, recirculate in the blood and require cognate help from T cells to become antibody-producing memory B cells.
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