Costimmulatory pathways in multiple sclerosis

The mucosal surfaces of the body have a higher risk of infection due to their synergy with the external environment. Mucosal immunology brings up those aspects of the immune system that protect the body from infection. It provides three main functions: protects the mucous membrane against infection, preventing the uptake of antigens, microorganisms, and other foreign materials, and moderating the organism's immune response to that material. The mucosal immune system is comprised of mechanical (mucus), chemical and cellular factors.

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