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They argued that before cytotoxic T cells kill an infected cell, they recognize both a piece of virus and an MHC protein characteristic of the animal.
Failure of infiltrating precursor cytotoxic T cells to acquire direct cytotoxic function in immunologically privileged sites.
They had known about T helper cells, so called because they prod other lymphocytes to act, and cytotoxic T cells, which attack and destroy undesirable cells.

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