Immunological aspects of infections part 10

Immune System



A specific immune response to invading microbes is conveniently divided into humoral and cellular immunity. The importance of each arm of the specific response varies from infection to infection. Experimental animal models and naturally occuring immunodeficiency states clearly demonstrate that certain components of the immune response are crucial for controlling a particular infection.

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