Immunogenecity and Immunotoxicology

Immunogenicity stimulates the immune response. It is the ability of an antigen to generate immune responses, which can be humoral and or cell-mediated immune responses. Understanding immunogenicity is a key challenge in the development of technology with many biologics. The study of immune dysfunction is called Immunotoxicology. It occurs due to exposure of an organism to foreign chemical substance found within an organism that is unnaturally produced by or unexpected to be present within that organism. Immune dysfunction results in the reduction of the activity of the immune system.


  • Xenobiotics
  • COVID-19 through genomic research
  • Biotechnology-derived therapeutic proteins
  • Experimental investigations of Immunogenecity
  • Role of Thymus gland

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