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TNF (tumor necrosis factor) questions

by Galteeth
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Galteeth
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Jan8-10, 02:46 AM
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1. Is there a specific t-lymphocyte, or group of t-lymphocytes, that lead to the circulation of TNF-A?

2. Macrophages also lead to the circulation of TNF-A. Is there a percentage breakdown of it's signallers?

3. Are these cells responsible for the synthesis of TNF-A, or is that done in the thalmus?
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