Immune response

The immune response to an infection depends if the infection is for the first time or the infection has occurred before. When the pathogen has already attacked once and has generated the memory cells in the host the response to the infection will be intense on the next exposure. The immune response to the foreign body in the host is due to series of other response from the immune cells. 

  • T helper cells response
  • Regulatory T cells response
  • Memory T cells response
  • B cells and Antibody Factory response
  • Mechanism of action of Antibody response

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