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 Übersetzung für 'B cells' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a B cell | B cells
biol.
B cells
B-Zellen {pl}
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biol.
memory B cells
Gedächtnis-B-Zellen {pl}
biol.
plasma B cells
Plasma-B-Zellen {pl}
Teiltreffer
med.
B-cell chronic lymphotic leukemia <B-CLL, B-cell CLL> [Am.]
chronische lymphatische Leukämie {f} vom B-Zell-Typ <B-CLL, BCLL, B-Zellen-CLL>
med.
natural killer T cells <NKT cells>
natürliche Killer-T-Zellen {pl} <NKT-Zellen>
educ.
Bachelor of Engineering <B.Eng., BEng, B.E.>
Bachelor {m} of Engineering <B.Eng., BEng, BE>
biol.
enterochromaffin cells <ECCs / EC cells>
enterochromaffine Zellen {pl} <EC-Zellen>
med.
natural killer cells <NK cells>
natürliche Killerzellen {pl} <NK-Zellen>
travel
bed and breakfast house <B&B>
Gästehaus {n}
med.
B-cell non-Hodgkin / non-Hodgkin's lymphoma <B-NHL, BNHL, B-cell NHL>
B-Zell-Non-Hodgkin-Lymphom {n} <B-NHL, B-Zell-NHL>
bed and breakfast <B&B>Frühstückspension {f}
bed and breakfast <B&B>Übernachtung {f} mit Frühstück
travelTrVocab.
bed-and-breakfast <B&B>
Bed and Breakfast {n} <B&B>
bed-and-breakfast <B&B>Frühstückspension {f}
phys.
bottom quark <b quark, b>
Bottom-Quark {n} <b-Quark, b>
black and white {adj} <B&W, b&w, B/W>schwarz/weiß <sw, s/w>
biol.
alpha cells [also: alpha-cells] <α-cells> [endocrine cells in the islets of Langerhans]
A-Zellen {pl} [Zelltyp der Langerhans-Inseln]
econ.pol.
Belt and Road Initiative [in China] <B&R, B&R Initiative, BRI>
Neue Seidenstraße {f} [ugs.] [Belt and Road Initiative; bis 2016: Projekt One Belt, One Road (OBOR)]
mus.
B minor <b, Bm>
h-Moll {n} <h, Hm>
mus.
rhythm and blues <R&B, R'n'B or RnB>
Rhythm'n'Blues {m} <R&B, R'n'B, RnB>
mus.
rhythm and blues <R&B, R'n'B or RnB>
Rhythm and Blues {m} <R&B, R'n'B, RnB>
MedTech.photo.
base fog <B+F, b&f> [base plus fog]
Grundschleier {m}
math.
a plus b in brackets squared < (a+b)² >
a plus b in Klammern zum Quadrat < (a+b)² >
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Übersetzung für 'B cells' von Englisch nach Deutsch

B cells
B-Zellen {pl}biol.

memory B cells
Gedächtnis-B-Zellen {pl}biol.
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plasma B cells
Plasma-B-Zellen {pl}biol.

B-cell chronic lymphotic leukemia <B-CLL, B-cell CLL> [Am.]
chronische lymphatische Leukämie {f} vom B-Zell-Typ <B-CLL, BCLL, B-Zellen-CLL>med.
natural killer T cells <NKT cells>
natürliche Killer-T-Zellen {pl} <NKT-Zellen>med.
Bachelor of Engineering <B.Eng., BEng, B.E.>
Bachelor {m} of Engineering <B.Eng., BEng, BE>educ.
enterochromaffin cells <ECCs / EC cells>
enterochromaffine Zellen {pl} <EC-Zellen>biol.
natural killer cells <NK cells>
natürliche Killerzellen {pl} <NK-Zellen>med.
bed and breakfast house <B&B>
Gästehaus {n}travel
B-cell non-Hodgkin / non-Hodgkin's lymphoma <B-NHL, BNHL, B-cell NHL>
B-Zell-Non-Hodgkin-Lymphom {n} <B-NHL, B-Zell-NHL>med.
bed and breakfast <B&B>
Frühstückspension {f}

Übernachtung {f} mit Frühstück
bed-and-breakfast <B&B>
Bed and Breakfast {n} <B&B>travelTrVocab.

Frühstückspension {f}
bottom quark <b quark, b>
Bottom-Quark {n} <b-Quark, b>phys.
black and white {adj} <B&W, b&w, B/W>
schwarz/weiß <sw, s/w>
alpha cells [also: alpha-cells] <α-cells> [endocrine cells in the islets of Langerhans]
A-Zellen {pl} [Zelltyp der Langerhans-Inseln]biol.
Belt and Road Initiative [in China] <B&R, B&R Initiative, BRI>
Neue Seidenstraße {f} [ugs.] [Belt and Road Initiative; bis 2016: Projekt One Belt, One Road (OBOR)]econ.pol.
B minor <b, Bm>
h-Moll {n} <h, Hm>mus.
rhythm and blues <R&B, R'n'B or RnB>
Rhythm'n'Blues {m} <R&B, R'n'B, RnB>mus.

Rhythm and Blues {m} <R&B, R'n'B, RnB>mus.
base fog <B+F, b&f> [base plus fog]
Grundschleier {m}MedTech.photo.
a plus b in brackets squared < (a+b)² >
a plus b in Klammern zum Quadrat < (a+b)² >math.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The cells of the adaptive immune system are special types of leukocytes, called lymphocytes. B cells and T cells are the major types of lymphocytes and are derived from hematopoietic stem cells in the bone marrow.
  • Surprisingly, pax5 conditional knock out mice allowed peripheral mature B cells to de-differentiate to early bone marrow progenitors.
  • The immune system identifies and attacks "non-self" external antigens and usually does not react to self-protein due to negative selection of T cells in the thymus and B cells in the bone marrow.
  • all B cells, cancerous or not. The researchers believed that the patients' immune systems would make normal T cells and B cells after a couple of months.
  • The medullary cords are cords of lymphatic tissue, and include plasma cells, macrophages, and B cells.

  • In the presence of a susceptible genetic background, both environmental and hormonal factors are thought capable of triggering the infiltration of lymphocytes, specifically CD4+ T cells, B cells, and plasma cells, causing glandular dysfunction in the salivary and lacrimal glands.
  • These include the lymphocytes (B-cells, T-cells, and natural killer cells), as well as many myelocytes (neutrophils, macrophages, and myeloid dendritic cells).
  • A splenectomy (removal of the spleen) results in a greatly diminished frequency of memory B cells.
  • A preponderance of evidence soon developed that receptor dimerization initiates responses (reviewed in ) in a variety of cell types, including B cells.
  • Activated B cells differentiate into either antibody-producing cells called plasma cells that secrete soluble antibody or memory cells that survive in the body for years afterward in order to allow the immune system to remember an antigen and respond faster upon future exposures.

  • The Golgi apparatus tends to be larger and more numerous in cells that synthesize and secrete large amounts of substances; for example, the antibody-secreting plasma B cells of the immune system have prominent Golgi complexes.
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