Lymphokines

Definition of Lymphokines:

Substances produced by the cells of the immune system when exposed to antigens.  These substances are not antibodies, but they play a vital role in the on-board defense system.

Topics Related to Lymphokines

Shiitake Mushrooms

...as a treatment
“...These so-called lymphokines, such as interferon and interleukin, stimulate the defense system through the proliferation of phagocytes, including macrophages and other immune fighters that attack cancer cells,...”

Weakened Immune System

...the condition
“...These cells often depend on the T-helper subset for activation signals in the form of secretions formally known as cytokines, lymphokines, or more specifically interleukins...”
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