Immune System

The Immune system is made up of cells, tissues, and organs that work together to defend against germs. The role of the immune system is to protect against disease or other potentially damaging foreign bodies. It also protects the host from a group of pathogenic microbes that are themselves constantly evolving. The immune system helps the host to eradicate toxic or allergenic substances that enter through mucosal surfaces. Central to the immune system’s ability to mobilize a response to an invading pathogen, toxin or allergen is its ability to distinguish self from non-self. Both innate and adaptive mechanisms is used by the host to detect and eliminate pathogenic microbes. 

  • Immune regulation
  • Immunity response
  • Immunological aspects of infection
  • Innate immune system
  • Adaptive immune system
  • Disorders of human immunity
  • Immunological memory
  • Immunological techniques
  • Microbial Enzymes
  • Immune response to gene therapy agents

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