Immunology

The science of Immunology incorporates the study of the improvement, anatomy functions and glitches of the immune system, all of which are of fundamental significance to the comprehension of human disease. The immune system is comprised of many types of molecules and cells that are dispersed in each tissue of the body, as well as specialized lymphoid organs, which act in a organised manner to prevent or eliminate microbial contaminations, to suppress the development of tumors, and to initiate repair of damaged tissues. The immune system normally perceives and responds to foreign molecules or damaged self, but not healthy host cells and tissues. The innate immune system maintains barriers to microbial intrusion and provides critical biochemical and cellular first responders to infections that are significant for survival in a world abounding with microbes.

Innate immune recognition initiates stereotypical inflammatory or anti-viral reactions to a limited number of molecular patterns that are shared by variuos pathogens or communicated by harmed or infected host cells.

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