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Which is a true statement about memory cells?
They engulf antigens bound by antibodies.
They have a longer lifespan than plasma cells.
They produce antibodies.
The first time an antigen is encountered, memory cells become plasma cells.
The Correct Answer is
they have longer lifespan than plasma cells
they have longer lifespan than plasma cells is correct for Which is a true statement about memory cells?
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