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memory cell

n.
A B cell or T cell that has developed during an initial immune response to an antigen and can be quickly activated upon subsequent exposure to the same antigen.

mem′ory cell`


n.
a long-lived cell of the immune system that has previously encountered a specific antigen and that upon reexposure produces large amounts of antibody (memory B cell) or rapidly initiates cell-mediated immunity (memory T cell).
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Intel says the architecture "creates a three-dimensional checkerboard where memory cells sit at the intersection of word lines and bit lines, allowing the cells to be addressed individually.
Small but quick memory cells can be designed by using the results of the research for the production of computers, mobile phones and smart TVs.
Yeo, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine and Institute for Genomic Medicine, said that researchers have been trying for a very long time to understand when and how T lymphocytes give rise to effector and memory cells during an infection.
Research has shown that D-panthenol has negative effects on the memory cells in the brain and impedes the growth of mice foetuses.
BeSang's single-chip 3-dimensional ("3D") integrated circuit ("IC") technology will produce four times more die per wafer than conventional layout because the high density memory cells are placed on top of a memory control logic wafer, making the effective NOR flash memory cell size 0.
BeSang's single-chip 3 dimensional ("3D") integrated circuit ("IC") technology will produce four times more die per wafer than conventional layout because the high density memory cells are placed on top of a memory control logic wafer, making the effective NOR flash memory cell size 0.
While the viral load and T-cell count did not predict the greater survival, something else did--measurement of memory cells (one kind of T-cells) in the first few months of infection.
As other types of electronic memory chips do, each GST-based chip contains a grid of millions of identical structures, called memory cells.
Special memory cells in the hippocampus called place cells may play a key role in a rat's ability to navigate through complicated mazes--even during sleep.
Current memory cells store only one bit of data per cell.
Alzheimer's is an irreversible neurological disorder that destroys the brain's memory cells.
However as lithographic scaling becomes more challenging, companies are turning their sights to vertically stacked implementations of memory cells or 3D memory.