Immune Response Regulation, Molecular Mechanisms

The effective immune response is an outcome of the reaction between antigen and a network of immunologically competent cells. The immune response is controlled by various mechanisms which restore the immune system to a resting state when response to a given antigen is no longer required. Effective immune responses are usually resulted from the interactions between pathogens and a network of immunologic elements.

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