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Lymphocytes are white blood cells that have important immune functions. The main populations of lymphocytes are B cells, T cells and natural killer (NK) cells. They are typically (although not exclusively) associated with adaptive immune responses. Populations of novel innate-like lymphocytes were first described in 2010.
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